Ann Papoulis Adamovic x SEYMOUR+

Power of the Imagination
For living & working in the 21st century
Wednesday March 8th & 15th, 2017

(+extra date added to accomodate demand)



41 Bd de Magenta

75010 Paris

Admission: Participation to this workshop is free.
+ This workshop can accommodate 20 participants.
To register, please send an email to
+ Après plusieurs ateliers en français, cet atelier se déroulera en Anglais. Mais Ann est bilingue; elle pourra répondre aux éventuelles questions en français. 
We are pleased to announce that Ann Papoulis Adamovic will be hosting a workshop at SEYMOUR+ on Wednesday the 8th of March, 2017 from 7:30pm – 9pm.
Ann Papoulis Adamovic is a performing and visual artist, and an imagination consultant for people in diverse fields ranging from art to science to business and beyond. Her work is focused on how to explore and navigate through the imagination. Ann leverages her years of experience working for Merce Cunningham to offer a deep understanding of how to use the power of emotional, intellectual, physical and spiritual movement in the performances of daily life, in interactions with others and in the circulation of ideas inside of the self and across disciplines.
Through many years of research she developed a method, The Iris Map, that is based on a perception of the imagination as a conceptual architecture made up of 7 principle spaces, each of which is distinguished by a color.
During this evening at the SEYMOUR+ space, she will talk about the power of the imagination for self evolution, for increased creativity and for contending with the complexities of the 21st century. She will then explain the essence of the colored spaces of The Iris Map and animate exercises that will guide you inside of them. Learning how to move agilely through this architecture enables you to enter the states of being suggested by the colors and to draw from the range of thoughts, feelings, knowledge and experiences that each color harbors.
Ann has also written a book about her unique method that will be published later this year.
+ photo by Gioia Emidi