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Two members of the collective, Justine Daquin and Zoé Le Voyer, are currently resident at Ocean Space in Venice with the support of TBA21 Academy! Follow their research on the collective’s Instagram account.


Created in Rabat in 2018, Calypso36°21 is a women-led, French Morococan collective founded by Zoé Le Voyer, Justine Daquin, Manon Bachelier and Sanaa Zaghoud. 

Since its creation, the collective develops a curatorial, transdisciplinary, experimental and participative approach. An itinerant research program imagined and produced by the collective, Out.of.the.blue.map took place from 2019 to 2021.

The collective is named after the coordinates of Calypso Deep, the deepest point of the Mediterranean Sea, located in the Hellenic Trench in the Ionian Sea, 62.6 km south-west of Pylos in Greece. Calypso Deep maximum depth is 5 267 meters (16 770 ft). Its complete coordinates are 36°34′N 21°8′E.


Out.of.the.blue.map was made possible thanks to the support of its partners and collaborators. Our heartfelt thanks go to Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie, which supported the research, production and communication of Out.of.the.blue.map. Without their support, the programme would not have been possible.

In Marseille: Manifesta 13 biennial ; The association AFLAM ; Coco Velten 

In Tangier: Mahal Art Space and Nouha Ben Yebdri ; The French Institute of Morocco ; The Minority Globe and Reuben Yemoh Odoi 

In Maastricht: The Jan van Eyck Academie and Hicham Khalidi 

In Venice: The Ocean Space & TBA21 Academy



Out.of.the.blue.map is an itinerant curatorial research program that looks at the knowledge production processes that shape the comprehension of (liquid and solid) mediterranean territories. Anchored between Morocco, France and the Netherlands, the program operates a collective and critical re-thinking of the governance systems that regulate solid and liquid spaces between Morocco and Europe. From 2018 to 2021, Out.of.the.blue.map developed a series of collective exhibitions, workshops, publications and the production of original works.