Hélène NJOTO FEILLARD


hfeillard yahoo.fr

Education

- In progress : PhD at EHESS-Paris (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales). PhD title : Urban Art in Java (Indonesia) from 1619 to 1850, under the supervision of Professor Claude Guillot (UMR 8170, CASE Center for South East Asia).

- DEA Degree (2002), in "Art History in Modern Times" at Panthéon-Sorbonne Paris I-University. Thesis title : Architecture and its decoration in 18th and 19th c. Java (Indonesia) : the question of models hybridization under the supervision of Professor Daniel Rabreau.

- Maîtrise (Master’s) Degree (2001), in Art History at Panthéon-Sorbonne Paris I University. Thesis title : Les illustrations à figures de l’Insulinde dans l’Histoire générale des voyages de l’abbé Prévost (1746-1759), la richesse de l’invention under the supervision of Professor Daniel Rabreau.

- In progress : DULCO diploma preparation in Malay-Indonesian Language and Civilisation at INALCO-Paris (Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales).

Publications and activities

Interpreter for Le Monde, RFI and Indonesian film maker Garin Nugroho on the launching in France of his movie Opera Jawa. 7 mars 2008.

In progress : Production and making of a series of filmed interviews of ethnologist Christian Pelras for the Cinémathèque de Bretagne. Title : "Interviews with Christian Pelras on his project Regards Croisés sur le monde rural des années 60-70 : pour un dialogue intercuturel, paysans bretons et paysans bugis en transition", in collaboration with the CNRSimages – Meudon and the Centre de Recherches Breton Celtique de l’Université de Bretagne Occidentale.

In progress : Common translation from Dutch to French of a manuscript from the 19th c. written by F. van Lith S.J. a jesuit missionary in Java Kjahi Sadrach. Eene les voor ons uit de Protestansche zending van Midden-Java [Kjahi Sadrach. A lesson that we catholics can receive from a Protestant mission from central Java], ed. Rémy Madinier (CNRS-EHESS) in collaboration with Strasbourg’s Marc Bloch University Dutch languages Departement.

Forthcoming : "Asian Art Abroad. Yang Din, third generation of Chinese painters in Paris", in C-ARTS MAG, Asian Contemporary Art and Culture review, published in Singapore.

Forthcoming : "Berdirinya Balai lelang :Tokoh-Tokoh Pedagang Lukisan Indonesia" [The outbringing of auction houses : master dealers of Indonesian Painting], translated in Indonesian and udpdated from Archipel no. 71 article.

"L’institution des ventes publiques : les maîtres marchands de la peinture indonésienne" [Public sales Institutions : the Master Dealers of Indonesian Painting], Archipel 71 (2006), revue d’études interdisciplinaires sur le monde insulindien publiée avec le concours du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique et de l’Institut des Langues et Civilisations Orientales, Paris vol. II, pp. 177-210.

"Notes sur l’identité des modèles architecturaux du Taman Sari de Yogyakarta (1758-1765)" [Notes on Yogyakarta’s Taman Sari’s Architectural Models Identity], proceedings from the 1rst Réseau Asie Congress (Asian Network), panel 44 "Asian Urban Architecture", 25 December 2003, Cd-rom publication.

"Les illustrations à figure de l’Insulinde dans l’Histoire générale des voyages de l’abbé Prévost (1746-1759) : vérité et ressemblance", [Figure illustrations of Insulindia (Indonesia-Malaysia) in Histoire générale des voyages by Abbé Prévost (1746-1759) : the Riches of Invention], in Histoire de l’Art n°51, novembre 2002, edited in partnership with the Centre national du livre and the CNRS-National Center for Scientific Research, pp. 73-86.

First and second Deauville Asian Film Festival éditions. Articles for the Indonesian daily newspaper The Jakarta Post. 10 march 1999 and 19 march 2000.

Lectures and workshops

10 May 2007. Talk for the Asia House members in London, hosted at the Indonesian Ambassador’s Residence in London on "Indonesian Modern Painting History and its place in the upbringing of a Southeast Asian painting market". Exhibition organisation of the Embassy’s painting collection, with a highlight on Indonesian cubist movement. Presentation of this collection through a guided tour of the members.

1 - 25 August 2005, invitation from the National University of Singapore’s Architecture Department to a two weeks study journey at CASA (Centre for Advanced Studies in Architecture).

16 August 2005, Lecture for the Architectural Research Think Tank (arTT) at the National University of Singapore. Subject of the talk : "The Taman Sari case : an example to illustrate early loans of Dutch and Chinese features in a new Javanese imperial context".

25 April 2005, lecture at Atmajaya University (Jakarta, Indonesia) on "Women in Iranian Cinema. Focusing on three major movies : Djafar Panahi’s Circle, Abbas Kiarostami’s Ten and Hassan Yektapanah’s Djomeh".

25 December 2003, lecture at the 1rst "Réseau Asie" Congress (CNRS-MSH) on "Notes sur l’identité des modèles architecturaux du Taman Sari de Yogyakarta (1758-1765)" [Notes on Yogyakarta’s Taman Sari’s Architectural Models Identity], workshop 44 « Asian Urban Architecture ».