During the exhibition Sur le fil: de Dakar à Paris, la Galerie du 19M invites you to discover the participative workshops of Brodecast, combining a freeform embroidery practice with active listening to podcasts on Dakar and Senegal.

Practical info

  • Free event


la Galerie du 19M Paris/Aubervilliers


For more details, please refer to the practical information.

Brodecast is a project led by Hélène Carbonnel and Marion Vasseur Raluy which begun from an intuition: the manual and repetitive activity of embroidery is well-suited to listening and offers us the necessary space to fully open our ears.


For this new edition, Brodecast is hosted by la Galerie du 19M in Aubervilliers in a new format: three workshops from May to July offer you the opportunity to discover the exhibition Sur le fil: de Dakar à Paris through listening to podcasts, while freely embroidering.


During the second session in June, the workshop will be accompanied by a live performance by the writer Seynabou Sonko.


Hélène Carbonnel


Hélène Carbonnel is a writer, director, and programmer of podcasts, sound creations, and videos. She collaborates with Slate podcasts, Arte Radio, and art spaces such as the Crédac or the Gaîté Lyrique. She was in charge of podcast programming for the Paris Podcast Festival for two years. She has been working with Marion Vasseur Raluy on the Brodecast project since 2018.


Marion Vasseur


Marion Vasseur Raluy is a curator and author. Since 2021, she has been the associate curator of the residency programme les Furtifs at the Capc musée d’art contemporain in Bordeaux. In collaboration with Hélène Carbonnel, she has led the participatory workshop Brodecast since 2018.