ISFTH - July 1st edition 2006The ISFTH foundation strives to encourage the understanding of audio visual art. The films in this program befit exactly the foundations goals.
I like to work quickly on suddenly apprehended ideas, and often use video as a parallel activity to drawing. Many of my shorter video pieces have a lot in common with automatic drawing in that I set up situations where chance plays a large part in the outcome.
Rua Jean Zay C99-02 is a dreamlike film about memories of distant or bygone places - or gradually fading out - about memory of architectural space and the imaginary drawn from it.
It is both a commemorative film(haunted by the history of the Jean Zay campus and the..
This project, by linking the languages of animation and video compositing, puts in dynamic report a series of old and more recent photographic images, and from various sources (Hungary, Germany, France, Russia, etc). The camera (here virtual) plunges in a luminous..
Vier berliner blicke (four berliner views) is a video suite of four 1 minute long works. Each video is a sequence of still images of Berlin from three webcams and a satellitar map, downloaded from the web and processed in Italy.
Film on music about the interhuman relations in a Megacity (Tokyo)
My films are about watching and the question: how can you reveal something that wasn’t visible before… How can you hand a way of looking, without (verbal) explanation.
A short editing exercise.
Because his father committed suicide, he cannot be buried in consecrated ground. Louis begs the priest for the body to be moved; but the priest refuses, stating over my dead body. The priest then dies suddenly and Louis buries his father at night in the priests..