Chaleur humaine has further prioritised local networks and crossovers; fostering solidarity between educators, carers, and knowledge and culture producers. In particular, artists were invited to take up residencies and develop unique projects with local partners, such as Tiphaine Calmettes and Hugh Nicholson. Yemi Awosile is hosting workshops for students from the École Supérieure d’Art | Dunkerque-Tourcoing, while Io Burgard has created an interactive module with children from MECOP in Saint-Martin-Boulogne.
Through the Résonances initiative for Chaleur humaine, Caroline Le Méhauté has settled at Quadrilatère de Beauvais, and Kristof Vrancken at L’Espace 36 in Saint-Omer and Château Coquelle. Zoé Philibert, at Fructôse, is working with Dunkirk audiences on the creation of posters to be displayed in public spaces.