2018

L'Aboyeur au Bardo

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From March 11 to April 12, 2018, the Bardo museum in Tunis was won over by the Aboyeur of Faten Rouissi. An exhibition of contemporary art combining sound installations, pictorial works, happenings and performances of all kinds.This exhibition was highly publicized and several articles were devoted to it:

In particular by Webmagazines Femmes de TunisieKapitalisTunivision, Webmanagercenter and Idéomagazine.

2017

L'Aboyeur à El Jem

Before conquering the Bardo museum, Faten Rouissi's Aboyeur was first presented at the amphitheater of El Jem. For the first time, on August 5, 2017, the International Festival of Symphonic Music gave carte blanche to Faten Rouissi. Performance, Mapping and Exhibition explore the different facets of this "professional protestor", who here will be silent to make room for music. This performance was also relayed by Marie Deparis-Yafil in her blog, by the El Jem festival site, as well as by several webmagazines:  Femmes de Tunisie Turess and the Tekiano .

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2014

Sex Jihad

Through this work, Faten Rouissi expresses a problematic, a reality in which we were immersed. In fact, more than a hundred young Tunisians have left for Syria to engage in “sex jihad”. She was able to participate in the exhibition of the Imagomundi Benetton Foundation. A traveling exhibition, between Rome, Palermo, Venice and New York. The Imagomundi  devoted an article to Faten Rouissi.

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2014

Dessous-de-table

This work was presented as part of the "Bye-bye Bakchich System" project imagined by Faten Rouissi. It is an event which brought together 9 Tunisian and 6 foreigner artists. With his creation, the artist was invited to engage in new modes of exchange and debate between civil society, creation, aesthetics and a theme of engagement in the fight against corruption. The demonstration was held on April 19 and 20, 2014 in the city of Sousse.

Related articles: 

"Bye bye Bakchich Système" Un projet de lutte contre la corruption par Tuniscope Magazine.

"Bye bye Bakchich Système" à Sousse, un projet artistique contre la corruption par Tekiano.

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2013

De Colline en Colline

"De Colline en Colline" is a socio-cultural event created with the means of contemporary art. It takes place in the context of the political, economic and social transformations of post-revolution Tunisia. Faten Rouissi imagined this event as an artistic and cultural connection between three heights of Tunisia: Sidi Bou Said (09-10 / 03/2013), Takrouna (16-17 / 03/2013) and Chenini (23-24 / 03 / 2013). In partnership with the Goethe Institut, several artists of various nationalities were able to participate in this project. Faten Rouissi, for her part, presented three works "Hommage à Sidi Bou Said El Béji", "Rien que de la Salade pour le dîner",  and "De Colline en Colline Vidéo"

They spoke about it: Tunisie: 24h d'Art Contemporain "De colline en colline" par Tekiano, METAtarses - De colline en collineDe colline en colline-Sidi Bou Saïd / Takrouna /CheneniTunisieCoWebdoLepetitjournalTuress. 

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2011

Art dans la rue

Art dans le quartier

Event-Happening launched by Faten Rouissi on Facebook on February 27, 2011. She called for rebuilding her country in a positive and colorful way from the large number of cars burned during the Revolution. No longer to burn, no longer to destroy, but to build with art and culture. She was able to reproduce this performance in particular in front of the Acropolium de Carthage, and at the ZKM-Museum of Contemporary Art in Karlsruhe, for the Cross-Border exhibition. She was also entitled to an article in the Z.A.T of May 2, 2011 and in Universes in universe.

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