Deftly and elegantly playing with scale and with windows jumping through time between dreamed history and lived experience, this film invites us to rethink the relationship between the city, its representation, its imagination and cinema. A work that builds upon the fascination for the architecture, light and history of Rome held by such directors as Passolini, Scola, Moretti, Argento, Ferrara and Greenaway. (RS)
- Kaohsiung Film Festival - Short competition (2018)
- Pöff Shorts - Short competition (2018)
- FIVA Festival Internacional de Videoarte - Short Competition (2018)
- Festival international du court métrage de Clermont-Ferrand (2019)
Born in 1987, in Paris. After getting a Research Masters in Fine Arts, she joined the National School of Arts in Paris Cergy. There, she discovered the practice of playback and shot a series of films reenacted from various audio recordings. This reappropriation (peculiar to her work) mainly applies to the field of cinema, sometimes summoning swathes of its history. She entered Le Fresnoy in 2014 and started working on film installations. Her work has been presented at exhibitions covering the themes of reuse and the confusion between reality and fiction, at such places as the Palais de Tokyo, MAC/VAL, Le BAL, CAIRN Centre d’Art.
Filmography: Une esthétique de coups, des opérations d'artistes (2015); Is that what I think it is? (2015); Les états et empires de la lune (2016); 23 items found under the search words: Krsko (2017); A room of one's own (VR installation, 2017)