• Exploiting space as a composition parameter, and transcribing it onto the score : exploring spatialization devices by setting the choir, the musician, the conductor, and the public in motion, Judith ADLER DE OLIVEIRA,
  • Archiving as a Collective and Activist REappropriation Praxis, Loup CACCIA, Nour OUTOJANE
  • The Illness Narratives - tools for narrative and artistic emancipation, Laurie CHARLES
  • Intermodulations: creative perception, towards an art of relationship, Cédric DAMBRAIN
  • Post-binary typography: research on the uses, appropriations and pollination of typefaces, Camille CIRCLUDE et Enz@ LE GARREC
  • Chemical stories/Chemical bodies, François DE SAINT GEORGES
  • New clothes of colportage Shadow Libraries: alternative aesthetics of cultural artefacts's organisation, dissemination and production, Alexia DE VISSCHER, Léonard MABILLE, Alice NÉRON
  • The Rajazz theory : a new system for organizing musical notes. Research trough mathematical axes: combinatorics, geometry via musical mandalas, graphes and polytopes, Manuel HERMIA
  • Rescuing of a sensitive IGN archive: exploring and voicing cartographic practices, Pierre HUYGHEBAERT, Pacôme BÉRU, Sophie BOIRON, Marine DECLÈVE, Pierre MARCHAND, Julie VANDERHAEGHEN, Nina WILLEMS
  • The Belgian national narrative and its backstage : study of the historical and iconological modes of representation of the hunted of Belgium, Julie JAROSZEWSKI, Pauline FONSNY
  • Koujina, Subalterns' Cuisine : an experimental and collaborative artistic research on food, cookery and colonization, Ichraf NASRI
  • Declarations, Doriane TIMMERMANS






The Ecole doctorale en Art et Sciences de l’Art organizes activities to support the doctorate in Art and Art Sciences.
The doctorate in art and sciences of art consists of a practical part, an artistic achievement or a work of restoration of a work or several works, and of a theoretical part, a written thesis, both being in close connection, forming a whole, which is as such the object of the final evaluation.

In all cases, aspects of artistic and theoretical research are carried out jointly in an interaction between artistic work and theoretical reflection. This dual aspect of the doctorate in art and art sciences makes it necessary to collaborate between universities and colleges of the arts in supporting doctoral students in this field. This collaboration is reflected in the training activities offered.


Different modes of disseminating the artwork: the improbable as a generator of meaning in contemporary art, Guillaume CLERMONT