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Olivier Zeitoun

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Olivier Zeitoun is a curator at the Centre Pompidou, and co-curator of “La Fabrique du vivant”.

Olivier Zeitoun is a curator in the Design and Industrial Prospective department at the Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris. A graduate in philosophy and art history, and in the social sciences, he works on the museum’s exhibitions and acquisitions, contributes to publications, and has participated since 2017 in the Mutations/Créations cycle, through the exhibitions “Imprimer Le Monde” (2017), “Coder le Monde” (2018), then as curator with M-A Brayer of the exhibitions “La Fabrique du Vivant” (2019), and “Réseaux-Mondes” (2022). In 2022, he is co-curator of the “Mimésis, un design vivant” exhibition at the Centre Pompidou Metz. He also pursues his teaching, research and publication activities as an independent curator. His research focuses on issues related to the digital field in art and design through cross-disciplinary approaches.