Yann Chateigné Tytelman is an author and curator living in Brussels. He has been artistic advisor and researcher in residence at MORPHO, Antwerp; curator at Kanal – Centre Pompidou, Brussels (2019-2021); head of the Visual Arts Department at HEAD – Geneva (2009-2017) and of programming at CAPC Musée d’art contemporain de Bordeaux (2007-2009). He recently (co-)organised the exhibitions and projects “Four Sisters” (Jewish Museum of Belgium, Brussels, 2023), “A Glittering Ruin Sucked Upwards” (HISK, Brussels, 2022), “How to be Organic?” (Country SALTS, Bennwil, 2022), “It Never Ends” (Kanal, Brussels, 2020-2021) and “Gordon Matta-Clark: Material Thinking” (Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal and Museum der Moderne, Salzburg, 2019-2021). As an author, he has contributed to Conceptual Fine Arts, Mousse and Spike, among others, and co-edited “Almanach Ecart. A collective archive, 1969-2019“(HEAD – Geneva/art&fiction, 2019). He has just published “Blackout”, a book produced at the invitation of the Centre d’Édition Contemporaine de Genève (2023) and available from Presses du réel.