Georgia René-Worms is graduate of the Villa Arson Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Art (2014). She took part in the programs of l’ Ecole du Magasin (2015) and the post-graduate program in Lyon (2017-2018).
As an artist and writer, It’s work is structured around two axes: documentary – generally based on feminist figures – and narrative. There she develops an experimental writing, in the vein of new narrative and narrations non-fiction where the author strives to honestly represent the subjective experience without claim that a text can be absolutely objective. The central questions that habit its methodology are: What does the research do to us and what do we have the right to do with it? do? How do we take the story in itself? How do we tell a story that is not our own? What does the work make us? What is the materiality that passes through us? Or intangibility of what we manipulate?
She consider her research as a life experience, where intimacy and work interpenetrate each other.
Georgia René-Worms has been a resident at the CIAP Vassivière, the Via Farini in Milan, the Centre d’Art du Parc Saint Léger and the Villa Champollion in Cairo . She participated as a curator in the Generator programme initiated by 40m2. She participated as a curator in the Generator programme initiated by 40m2. She has also received support for her research from the DRAC Limousin . She also received support from the DRAC PACA, the Nuovi Mecenati Foundation and from the French Institute of Egypt in 2019 for the writing of a short story based on the history of the Marxist feminist painter Inji Efflatoun (1924-1989).
Since 2020 and based on her personal experience, she has been thinking about the possibility of setting up a corpus, other than that of scientific literature, to approach the history of sick bodies in an emancipatory gesture, with the tools that are hers: those of art. It is in this context and for the production of a text on the Brazilian artist José Leonilson that Georgia René-Worms is the winner of the INHA’s writing and publication grant in 2021.
Georgia René-Worms co-founded the artsit run-space Terzo Fronte in Rome.