Art & Flux questions the processes linking art and economy manifest in artistic approaches embodied by “critical companies”, as well as in other expressions of art with an economic dimension. Rather than taking an interest in material works, Art & Flux invests the territory of immateriality and energy migration between object and idea, between society and art. It summons the notions of autonomy of art and aesthetic distancing. She distinguishes the idea of ​​relational and communicative aesthetics from the real aesthetic and political goals of sharing and sociability.

Art & Flux initiates projects and surrounds itself with partnerships of companies or national and international institutions. It offers itself as a platform for a network of reflection on the problems that concern “critical companies”. The research line is composed primarily of researchers engaged in issues related to the criticism of the artist. Most members of Art & Flux are professionally involved in the world of art.

Art & Flux is integrated into the CERAP, Center of Study and Research in Visual Arts at the University of Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne.

The research line Art & Flux has been researched in the field of science and art. The relationship between the artists and the companies is central in the activity of it members. The Art & Flux research line aims to give a critical and scientific account of the actions and reflections on the links between art and economics. The relationship between artists and companies is central to the work of its members.

Art & Flux issues the processes linking (binding) in the art and economy steps (initiatives) embodied by the “critical companies”. As well as in the other expressions of the art containing an economic dimension. Rather than be interested in material works, Art and Stream, the territory of the immateriality and the energy migration between object and idea, between society and art. It agrees with the notions of autonomy of the art and of aesthetic distance. It distinguishes the idea of ​​relational aesthetics and communication of the real aesthetic objectives and politics of division and sociability.

Art & Flux introduces projects and surrounds with national and international institutions. It offers itself as a platform of a network of reflection on the “critical companies”.

The research line consists of all the people involved in the art. Most of the members of Art & Flux are professionally involved in the art world.

Art & Flux is integrated into the CERAP, Center of Study and Research in Plastic Arts of the University of Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne.