As the winter is almost there, leaves of trees and shrubs have slowly turned brown, and begun a new adventure. Various shades of red, yellow, purple, black, orange, pink, magenta, blue and brown have passed the stage, transferred into a blanket covering an almost frozen ground. The northern hemisphere has faded further away from the sun, allowing for temperatures to drop – while in the southern part, summer has arrived. An abundance of moist, allows for the leaves to slowly decompose into mulch, forming essential nutrients for all sorts of live that terraforms our soil. Mycelium, bacteria, worms and insects disassemble the complex result of photosynthesis back to carbon dioxide and water. Through this carbon cycle the once fierce green leaves are being digested and made available to become a plant again next spring.

We want to take this periodical environmental rot as an opportunity to digest the past year. We have had the pleasure of receiving many guests in a slightly haunted house located in Athis-Mons, a suburb of Paris. For this occasion we come together one more time to spend the shortest days of the year together with a program of performances, readings, screenings, music and much more, all collided into MYCO-TV.

MYCO-TV will run for 3 days as a livestream and as an event on location that is open to public. There will be soup and drinks available, but do not hesitate to contribute your own. If you wish to stay over for the night you are very welcome! Please get in touch via

With contributions by:
Marcel Darienzo, Juliette Desorgues and Anna Solal, Cédric Fauq, Dorota Gawęda and Eglė Kulbokaitė, Carl Gent, Saemundur Thor Helgason, Rachel Jones, Nilz Källgren, The Mycological Twist, Jan van Oordt, Rosanna Puyol, Frederique Pisuisse, Cory Scozzari, Thomas Sidali, 650mAh.


Livestream non-stop from:
20 December 19.00 – 22 December 19.00

Location open to public from:
20 December 19.00 – 24.00
21 December 10.00 – 24.00
22 December 10.00 – 19.00

7 Rue de Juvisy, 91200, Athis-Mons

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