Women and digital creation

by Institut Français - 09/2022

Associations and collectives defend female creators in order to give more visibility to their creations, while works of art highlight female profiles to deconstruct the roles that society attributes to them.

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Several web series and virtual reality works focus on women and consider their role and position in our societies. 

The documentary web series Che.fe by Camille Decellier sets out to decode the very masculine world of orchestra conducting by following Lucie Leguay in her daily life as a young woman conductor. 
The virtual reality experience Lady Sapiens offers a journey through time in the body of a female Sapiens and invites us to have an unforgettable encounter with a Paleolithic hunter, far from the stereotypes of the place women occupied at the time. 
The web series H24 offers you the opportunity to live through 24 hours in a woman's life. Through 24 short stories inspired by tragic or ordinary events, discover a feminist series that reveals what women experience on a daily basis.
The VR trilogy Battlescar - Punk was invented by girls immerses us in the punk world of New York in the late 1970s, through the adventures of two reckless teenage girls.
With an innovative format (a 31-episode web series available on Instagram), Patience Mon Amour invites us into the daily life of a female couple who decide to have a child through medically assisted reproduction. 

Several web series and virtual reality works focus on women and consider their role and position in our societies. 

The documentary web series Che.fe by Camille Decellier sets out to decode the very masculine world of orchestra conducting by following Lucie Leguay in her daily life as a young woman conductor. 
The virtual reality experience Lady Sapiens offers a journey through time in the body of a female Sapiens and invites us to have an unforgettable encounter with a Paleolithic hunter, far from the stereotypes of the place women occupied at the time. 
The web series H24 offers you the opportunity to live through 24 hours in a woman's life. Through 24 short stories inspired by tragic or ordinary events, discover a feminist series that reveals what women experience on a daily basis.
The VR trilogy Battlescar - Punk was invented by girls immerses us in the punk world of New York in the late 1970s, through the adventures of two reckless teenage girls.
With an innovative format (a 31-episode web series available on Instagram), Patience Mon Amour invites us into the daily life of a female couple who decide to have a child through medically assisted reproduction. 

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Associations, collectives and independent curators are celebrating female creators in order to give more visibility to their work. 

Afrogameuses is an association that promotes Afrodescendant women in the video game industry (gamers, professionals, streamers, etc.). It raises awareness of diversity in the video game industry to redress the lack of representation of black women in video games, on the e-sports scene and on streaming channels.
Isabelle Arvers is a French artist and curator who has been exploring the fields of digital art and video games for over 20 years. In 2019, she embarked on a world tour of art and games in non-Western countries to promote gender, sexuality and racial diversity, focusing on queer, feminist and decolonial practices.
Les Internettes is an association that promotes and supports female video creators on the web. The network provides access to a search engine listing over 2200 female video creators. An annual prize is also awarded to female creators with less than 10,000 subscribers, with the aim of encouraging creation by women on the web. 

Associations, collectives and independent curators are celebrating female creators in order to give more visibility to their work. 

Afrogameuses is an association that promotes Afrodescendant women in the video game industry (gamers, professionals, streamers, etc.). It raises awareness of diversity in the video game industry to redress the lack of representation of black women in video games, on the e-sports scene and on streaming channels.
Isabelle Arvers is a French artist and curator who has been exploring the fields of digital art and video games for over 20 years. In 2019, she embarked on a world tour of art and games in non-Western countries to promote gender, sexuality and racial diversity, focusing on queer, feminist and decolonial practices.
Les Internettes is an association that promotes and supports female video creators on the web. The network provides access to a search engine listing over 2200 female video creators. An annual prize is also awarded to female creators with less than 10,000 subscribers, with the aim of encouraging creation by women on the web.