Eva Gonzalez-Sancho has been director of the Fonds Régional d'Art Contemporain - Région Bourgogne (FRAC Bourgogne)in Dijon since May 2003. She previously ran the art projects office Etablissement d'en face projects in Brussels (1998- March 2003), undertook projects as a freelance curator (including Legal Space / Public Space, a research programme dealing with the construction of the public space) and gave courses in the History of Exhibitions at Metz University. Her exhibitions and acquisitions policy at the FRAC Bourgogne is organised around the many issues being raised by public space as well as around the perception and function of space. Architecture and city-planning, private space and public place, legislation and individual freedom and exhibition room lie at the heart of these concerns. Ample proof of all this lies in the invitations extended to Guillaume Leblon, Pedro Cabrita Reis, Lara Almarcegui, Jonas Dahlberg, Katrin Sigurdardottir, Knut ?sdam and Peter Downsbrough to exhibit in the FRAC Bourgogne venue in Dijon, as well as in the acquisitions of work by Francis Alÿs, Jordi Colomer, Gaylen Gerber, Henrik Håkansson, Rita McBride, and Marcelo Cidade.