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Collaboration with Francis Kurkdjian

DESIGN FOR LUXURY AND CRAFTSMANSHIP

Collaboration with Francis Kurkdjian

Collaboration with Jaime Hayon

For the very first collaboration with Parisian perfumer Francis Kurkdjian, the students of the programme were given carte blanche to revisit the codes of the eponymous house and find a new way of linking materials with the world of fragrances. Following a research and experimentations, some concepts were developed and prototyped in order to create a collection of olfactory objects: perfume diffusers made of rattan, fans made of brass and paper or a family of ceramic culbutos.

Ecalum

PHOTOGRAPHY

Ecalum

Workshop with Augustin Rebetez

Workshop held by Augustin Rebetez, artist and photographer with  the first year photography class. During this week the students worked on the theme of the sect, creating their own temple and cult.

Wrapping Paper

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Wrapping Paper

Workshop with Angelo Benedetto, Guy Meldem

Silk printed wrapping papers.

Terroir

PRODUCT DESIGN

Terroir

Studio project with Augustin Scott de Martinville

Work from 1st year students of the Master in Product Design in collaboration with local producers and craftsmen.

Index

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Index

Workshop with Till Wiedeck

Exhibition and book "Ecal Photography"

PHOTOGRAPHY

Exhibition and book "Ecal Photography"

An art school is an image factory. New generations of artists are constantly emerging, joining the marathon of exhibitions and publications from the very first years of their creative lives. In this context, the art school has become a particularly attractive place for ambitious young artists. This book features a selection of works by photography students from one of the world’s top art universities: ECAL, in Lausanne, Switzerland, an institution commited to training artists, graphic designers, industrial designers, typographers, filmmakers, interaction designers, and photographers. Here, students create freely, question the traditional genres, explore new territories, and experiment with and beyond their media. The works revealed by the “ECAL Photography” exhibition and collected in the eponymous book are bound to trace the beginnings of innovative practices in photography. Publication « ECAL Photography »  - 296 pages / 385 images / French and English, 26,5 . 35 cm / 50 Euros / ISBN 978-3-7757-3725-8  . Edited by ECAL (under the supervision of Alexis Georgacopoulos, Director of ECAL, Nathalie Herschdorfer, independent curator and art historian, and Milo Keller, Head of Bachelor Photography), 2013  - Art Direction by Julien Gallico & Olga Prader  - With interviews from visiting artists and photographers at ECAL realized by Nathalie Herschdorfer including Adam Broomberg, Brice Dellsperger, Jason Evans, Thomas Mailaender, Paolo Roversi, Maurice Scheltens & Liesbeth Abbenes, Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs et Joachim Schmid.  - Published by Hatje Cantz:  www.hatjecantz.de

Making Books

PHOTOGRAPHY

Making Books

Workshop with Christian Patterson

Chain Reaction

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Chain Reaction

Workshop with Mark Braun

Chain Reaction is a system of 10 connected actions within designed objects to celebrate the gesture of mechanics, material and color on a length of 10 meters

Rond–Carré

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Rond–Carré

Workshop with Constance Guisset

This week of workshop was guided by the french designer Constance Guisset, with the topic round—square. She confronted the students with the design decisions they would have to make during designing a domestic object so they can understand why and how to choose the forms that would eventually define their products.

Extended registration marks

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Extended registration marks

Workshop with Dimitri Bruni (NORM), Manuel Krebs (NORM)

Silk printed combinations: ABC ABD ABE ABF ACB ACD ACE ACF ADB ADC ADE ADF AEB AEC AED AEF AFB AFC AFD AFE BAC BAD BAE BAF BCA BCB BCD BCE BCF BDA BDC BDE BDF BEA BEC BED BEF BFA BFC BFD BFE CAB CAD CAE CAF CBA CBD CBE CBF CDA CDB CDE CDF CEA CEB CED CEF CFA CFB CFD CFE DAB DAC DAE DAF DBA DBC DBE DBF DCA DCB DCE DCF DEA DEB DEC DEF DFA DFB DFC DFE EAB EAC EAD EAF EBA EBC EBD EBF ECA ECB ECD ECF EDA EDB EDC EDF EFA EFB EFC EFD FAB FAC FAD FAE FBA FBC FBD FBE FCA FCB FCD FCE FDA FDB FDC FDE FEA FEB FEC FED.

String Foundry

GRAPHIC DESIGN

String Foundry

Workshop with Hansje van Halem

The students were given a cone with 3 yards of yarn. This sewing machine yarn represents a line. The students were asked to draw with this line and create letters. A session of uncontrolled experimentation followed. Some people got frustrated because the material was not behaving the way they expected, others got lost in labour intensive try outs. The design process was speeded up by demanding quantity over quality. The students produces a rich collection of specimens, failures, surprises and typographic inventions. Quality surfaced by looking at the possibilities of the results, not the results themselves. Students were given more time to concentrate and dig deeper for more options of a single experiment. They were asked to create a systematic sequence to expand their type treatment into a series of results. How can you make a system grow? Students seemed to be relieved when they were asked to translate their experiment in the computer. How do you Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop behave when you are wishing for a type treatment that includes gravity, three-dimensionality, texture or something else you witnessed while working with analogue material? This workshop turned out to be a research on how an analogue reference can make you look for a different way to work digitally. Type was a platform for introducing them to an alternative design process.

Class of Sannwald

PHOTOGRAPHY

Class of Sannwald

Workshop with Daniel Sannwald

Workshop with Daniel Sannwald and Third Year Bachelor of Photography. Projects by Roshan Adhihetty, Camille Audibert, Anaïs Boileau, Aladin Borioli, Lukas Galantay, Sabrina Gruhne, Sullivan Koch, Nicolas-Guy Kunz, Rachele Monti, Laurence Rasti, Laura Rimayati, Marie Rime, Julien Roux, Jean-Vincent Simonet, Julie Strasser, Manon Wertenbroek. Assistant: Emile Barret

New–Old–New

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

New–Old–New

Workshop with Andreas Engesvik

During this one week workshop, the designer Andreas Engesvik invite the students to go back in time and find an object that interested them. The goal was to create an interpretation of it, translate the original conceptual idea into a new expression but within the same category.

Sharks Eat Monkeys

PHOTOGRAPHY

Sharks Eat Monkeys

Workshop with Maya Rochat

Workshop given by Maya Rochat (Switzerland/Orbe) to third year students, done and exposed in the gallery URGENT PARADISE, Lausanne

Istanbul In & Out

FILM STUDIES

Istanbul In & Out

Workshop with Lionel Baier, Kaveh Bakhtiari

The first year Bachelor Cinema class of ECAL went round Istanbul during a whole week, accompanied by the director Kaveh Bakhtiari.

ID

PHOTOGRAPHY

ID

Workshop with Namsa Leuba

Workshop given by Namsa Leuba (Switzerland/New-York) to second year students.

Douglas Mandry – Promised Land

PHOTOGRAPHY

Douglas Mandry – Promised Land

Diploma project by Douglas Mandry

It is in response to the standardized representation of the landscape and the possible loss of material references in the digital era that I have developed my project. In an effort to get closer to the process of analog retouching, my photographs are first printed, then reworked, exploiting their physical properties ; the print is punctured, rubbed, modified by adding light and smoke. I employ plays of scale and perception. Captured by the camera, these experiments transfigure the traditional representations of the landscape, oscillating between fantastic and apocalyptic visions, critical and sublime conditions, reckless and romanticized nature. Douglas Mandry www.douglasmandry.com

Joseph Gallix – Goodyear Amiens

PHOTOGRAPHY

Joseph Gallix – Goodyear Amiens

Diploma project by Joseph Gallix

Amiens in the north of France is the place of a social conflict of 6 years opposing a strong union against Goodyear in a battle to save 1200 jobs. Some media and politicians use the matter as they want to produce show or popularity. But no one speak about these workers fighting for a simple life. What is the life of a worker, father and activist ? And does a community of workers still exist today ? I left for Amiens to meet these workers and came back having enjoyed their generosity. Joseph Gallix

The Second Acid Test

GRAPHIC DESIGN

The Second Acid Test

Workshop with Körner Union, Maximage

The Second Acid Test is a collection of screenprinted moirés.

Ototo meets ECAL

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Ototo meets ECAL

Workshop by 1CVmid, 2CVmid

Sound production has never been more accessible, it’s now possible to make music on everyday computers, smartphones and tablets. The processes that generate the sounds are invisible inside these black boxes, and the traditional link between the action and the result from acoustic instruments is lost to both the performer and audience. This workshop uses Ototo, a printed circuit board synthesiser developed by Dentaku to which conductive materials and sensors to quickly prototype sound interactions. With this as a starting point we will explore how we can represent sound as a physical processes, and create a large scale music making machine!

Charlotte Hauser – Extra Omnes

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Charlotte Hauser – Extra Omnes

Diploma project with Gilles Gavillet, Nicole Udry

Extra Omnes I worked around the Conclave, the moment when the new Pope is elected. More than the religious symbols, I was interested in the media coverage of this event. Once the doors of the Sistine Chapel close, there is nothing to do but wait. Still, about 5000 journalists were in the Vatican, sent there for an extensive live coverage. While waiting for the famous white smoke, they had to generate a steady flow of information, they had to fill the blank. I chose to show this mass of information, collecting articles, tweets, and transcriptions of TV and radio broadcasts, produced only during the 26 hours of the Conclave. By organizing them in a loose chronological order, I wanted to see how these bits of information evolve within minutes, how they repeat themselves, and how they comment on each other. The images, descriptive or distorted, evoke the heavy atmosphere of the event and a feeling of vertigo. At once solemn and ordinary, the book plays on subtle contrasts and becomes a metaphor of white noise.

Arthur Miffon – Röstigraben

PHOTOGRAPHY

Arthur Miffon – Röstigraben

Diploma project by Arthur Miffon

Röstigraben is a cultural border embodied by the language fence between the German and French-speaking population of Switzerland. Walking along it, I looked in nature for metaphors of this separation that, instead of engendering a cleavage, produces a rich diversity in the population. This work allowed me to link my interests in landscape and topographic representation. Arthur Miffon

Joël Passieux – Rural

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Joël Passieux – Rural

Diploma project with Ian Party, Jonas Vögeli

Rural This project is the result of a typographical interpretation of the passion I share with my childhood friends to perpetuate the ancestral traditions of my region : Rural is a modern typeface although strongly inspired by archaic typographic forms. I developed two cuts, regular and display : the first optimized for use in body text, and the second for use in larger sizes. www.joelpassieux.com

Julien Gremaud – Thatcher is Dead

PHOTOGRAPHY

Julien Gremaud – Thatcher is Dead

Diploma project by Julien Gremaud

April 8 2013 : Margaret Thatcher passes away at the age of 87, reawakening a collective imagination that had slowly disappeared since the beginning of the 21st century. Juxtaposed in the systemic stream of contemporary images, a large body of images used by the press to recontextualize Thatcher provide a starting point to observe the visual strategies of the media.Thatcher is Dead is a constellation of superimposed photographs ; chance encounters obtained by a digital scanning process identical to that of positive films. Disrupting this system, the hurricanes create a parallel perspective of a new, slower reading of images. The past is neither contested nor revisited, but reactivated by its system of references. Julien Gremaud www.juliengremaud.ch

Hugues Coudurier – Stereo

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Hugues Coudurier – Stereo

Diploma project with Ludovic Balland, Gilles Gavillet

Stereo My project is called Stereo. It’s a publishing that regroups all kinds of musical samples used by hip-hop artists, from styles such as : blues, r’n’b, soul, funk, rock, old school hip-hop. Stereo proposes a reading experience that highlights the sampled artists in hip-hop, while the not so often sampled artists are also presented on a graduated list. To keep this idea of « sampling », the images, often used for iconic and information purposes, illustrate the lists of samples and are composed with the artists’s vinyl covers, cut and rearranged to create new images. The publishing also includes a part explaining the meaning of sampling, its rules and misuse (court cases, plagiarism, etc).

Tiphanie Mall – Ramsdorf 1

PHOTOGRAPHY

Tiphanie Mall – Ramsdorf 1

Diploma project by Tiphanie Mall

This work consists in two different approaches of what photography can go through as a representative tool. On the one hand there is a book with a selection of images from the CERN archive from 1960 to 1983. On the other, there are different photographic experiences around the medium’s own materiality and metaphysicality. One becomes the signifier of the other and their layers of representation never stabilize. Tiphanie Mall

Anne Zimmermann – Primetime

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Anne Zimmermann – Primetime

Diploma project with Nicole Udry, Jonas Vögeli

Primetime This project is rooted in my personal fascination with popular culture, in particular TV shows. The project focuses on the status of these shows, the way they work and cross-influences with today’s world. This project focuses on the TV stage, working as a microcosm. This work is a celebration of the genre, an ode to popular culture, and also shows the mechanisms of this paradigm. www.annezimmermann.com

Samuel Bruchez – Pistes noires

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Samuel Bruchez – Pistes noires

Diploma project with Gilles Gavillet, Jonas Vögeli

Pistes noires This project retraces the development of a world renowned ski resort and follows the taming of a portion of the Swiss Alps. Success arrived in the ‘50s and an idyllic image built around the resort of Verbier. But this situation was quickly confronted with all the dangers of the environment (accidents, collisions and avalanches). The question of responsibility set forth an array of rules to regulate the use of this still obstinate environment. This work taught me to work with a subject that is not only overflowing with good materials, but one I’ve been passionate about. Prix Bonnard & Gardel 2013

Dmitry Bukreev – Varst

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Dmitry Bukreev – Varst

Diploma project with Ian Party, Nicole Udry

Varst Having spent the first twenty years of my life in Moscow, I am interested in the relationship between the strong architecture of the 1920’s and the fashion of nowadays. I use the model of Constructivism and update it through the fashion catalogue of an imaginary designer named Varst. Varst is a universe of strict lines and geometric shapes. This catalogue is a combination of 2D graphic shapes – illustrations, collages, typography – which comes alive in volume and takes shape. This project is a work of art direction, styling, and visual experiments.

Julien Savioz – Warming by the Devil’s Fire

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Julien Savioz – Warming by the Devil’s Fire

Diploma project with Ludovic Balland, Gilles Gavillet

Warming by the Devil’s Fire recounts the life of Robert Johnson. Considered today as one of the fathers of early Blues Music, he died in fact anonymously in 1938 at the age of 27 and fell into oblivion. It was only during the 60’s that white folk and rock musicians rediscovered his 2 albums and started being interested in his life. In 30 years though, his story had been told so many times and in so many different ways that it had turned into a tale. Theories, white fascination and romantic visions completed the myth, to which – as a European fan – I decided to contribute by telling my own version.

Pierre Girardin – Have you ever had an acoustic dream ?

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Pierre Girardin – Have you ever had an acoustic dream ?

Diploma project with Ludovic Balland, Gilles Gavillet

Have You Ever Had an Acoustic Dream ? My book is based on the studies of R. Murray Schafer, who invented the notion of soundscape in the seventies. I started by doing some of his listening exercises in different environments and then decided to use binary possibilities to create a form of concrete visual soundscape. A website is dedicated to the project, where we can listen these landscapes www.haveyoueverhadanacousticdream.com

Benjamin Muzzin – Full Turn

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Benjamin Muzzin – Full Turn

Diploma project by Benjamin Muzzin

With this project I wanted to explore the notion of the third dimension, with the desire to try to get out of the usual frame of a flat screen. For this, my work mainly consisted in exploring and experimenting a different device for displaying images, trying to give animations volume in space. The resulting machine works with the rotation of two screens placed back to back, creating a three-dimensional animated sequence that can be seen at 360 degrees. Due to the persistence of vision, the shapes that appear on the screen turn into kinetic light sculptures. Benjamin Muzzin

Practicalities (La vie matérielle)

FINE ARTS

Practicalities (La vie matérielle)

Other with Stéphanie Moisdon, Willem de Rooij

Exhibition at Basis e.v., Frankfurt , from September 19 to October 13, 2013. "If it's true that every book must have a raison d'être , this isn't a book," Marguerite Duras wrote of La vie matérielle , which she published in 1987. Practicalities (La vie matérielle) considers the utopian reach as well as the material bounds pertaining to art produced in the art school’s realm. How may a showcase of works by art students be formulated? Can it be an exhibition and function as such? Could one articulate its raison d'être anew? This project results from a one-year exchange program initiated by artist Willem de Rooij in collaboration with curator and art critic Stéphanie Moisdon. Conceived by students and recent graduates of the Fine Arts Master directed by Moisdon at ECAL/ Ecole cantonale d'art de Lausanne, Practicalities is the second part of a twofold exhibition program. It echoes and completes Influence at 1m3, whose display introduced to a Lausanne audience works by artists studying under de Rooij's professorship at Städelschule Frankfurt. Ways of making and displaying art vary from one territory to another. As Practicalities stands at a threshold between two localities, it acknowledges the constraints and liberties one experiences here and there as an artist not yet fully concerned with commercial strategies or institutional demands.

Sylvain Meltz – Mecadro

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Sylvain Meltz – Mecadro

Diploma project by Sylvain Meltz

Mecadro is a construction game available on computer and online ( sylvainmeltz.com/mecadro ), that allows you to create a “machine“ based on simple mathematical and geometric principles (translations, rotations, trigonometry…) to product complex drawings. The game introduces the user to programming through a graphic interface : he has to experiment, think in a certain way, observe and contemplate a more or less expected result.During my 4 years at ECAL, the hidden beauty of mathematics and geometry has been one of the most interesting discoveries : with a simple formula, a point can become a moving, independent and complex object. Programming took a significant part in my studies and introduced me to a certain reasoning and creative “behaviour” : to experiment, to research, to alter… Sylvain Meltz

Axel Crettenand – High

PHOTOGRAPHY

Axel Crettenand – High

Diploma project by Axel Crettenand

Mountain imagery is one of the most powerful and prolific in the history of nature representation. It seems to leave nobody indifferent. There you retreat, you purify and you arise, or you lose your mind and fall down a cliff, foaming at the mouth and crazy-eyed. Nevertheless, since I grew up in the Swiss mountains, I feel differently. The point of my diploma work, a short movie about ten minutes long, is to shove this thick metaphysic of sight and show the Alps in a new light. Axel Crettenand www.axelcrettenand.ch

Thomas Hervé – Moondog We’ve Never Seen Before

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Thomas Hervé – Moondog We’ve Never Seen Before

Diploma project with Ludovic Balland, Gilles Gavillet

Moondog We’ve Never Seen Before is a biography as a tribute. The book revolves around the life of a multi-talented artist : Moondog. Visual products run the diversity of his works such as poems, lyrics and instruments. Beyond the formal aspect of the biography, this project allowed me to question the limits of this genre. How far may an author revise and/or interpret the life of his subject ? For the sake of transcription, it was interesting to me to confront my universe with this singular artist’s. www.hervethomas.com

Océanne Hänni – Watch Out

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Océanne Hänni – Watch Out

Diploma project by Océanne Hänni

Watch Out is an interactive video clip for iPad. The user is able to cut the screen in different parts which can be modified in real time. He will sometimes notice that the application takes control and forbids him to interact for a moment. This pattern is directly in reference to the lyrics that talk about choices and obligations in life. This work was an opportunity to get involved in a real project working with singer Lila Cruz and to gain experience in filming and creating interactive systems. Océanne Hänni

Olivier Bemer – Round and around

PHOTOGRAPHY

Olivier Bemer – Round and around

Diploma project by Olivier Bemer

What always struck me in the outskirts of Paris is their standardized urban planning, their almost interchangeable neighbourhoods, and the homogeneity of lifestyles. The image of a large settled territory in which a multitude of simultaneous actions intersect, coexist and repeat themselves in a random and disorderly manner ; cities where the unusual remains familiar, where reality is absorbed by the model. In this work I attempted to simulate an interaction between several actions, events or journeys. The nonlinear narrative is constructed from jump cuts that create timelines which interweave into a single stream. A tension thus occurs between the static general view and the micro-event, inlaid, repeated, unframed. Olivier Bemer www.olivierbemer.com

Diploma

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Diploma

Selection of diploma's projects, 2013.

Bruno Aeberli – Sans-titre 8

PHOTOGRAPHY

Bruno Aeberli – Sans-titre 8

Diploma project by Bruno Aeberli

Sans-titre 8 is a collection of photographs that depict the fictional existence of a major artwork. This collection evokes, through the accumulation and repetition of forms, the overrepresentation of the work of art from its inception to its inscription in the collective unconscious. By confronting different photographic genres throughout the main identity stages of the work, Sans-titre 8 attempts to destabilize the artistic myth by pushing it into the absurd and eventually depriving it of any value. www.brunoaeber.li

Pauline Miserez – Elusiveness

PHOTOGRAPHY

Pauline Miserez – Elusiveness

Diploma project by Pauline Miserez

We live among people whom many would describe as exceptional or marginal. Aware of their differences and suffering from isolation, they try to blend in with the crowd. Despite their suspicions, the observation has allowed me to uncover some of them. I then attempted to determine the components of their identity to translate it ostensibly using photography ; through visual associations, I developed a range of signs and clues which, interpreted as a whole, make visible what is theoretically known only by their confidants. The texts, for their part, recount my encounters with these characters. The human belief that a marginalized individual is recognizable through his appearance gradually becomes the latent subject of my questioning. Pauline Miserez www.paulinemiserez.ch

Pauline Saglio – Rewind

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Pauline Saglio – Rewind

Diploma project by Pauline Saglio

Rewind is a digital clock collection designed to revive a physical link with the reading of the time that has become pervasive and unconscious since the digital revolution. While the movements relative to the reading of time are now gone, each clock offers a unique way to rewind its mechanism. When nowadays the gesture of interaction is minimized to touch, they propose to give it a more physical dimension by playing with recharge or energy release and either to rewind the clock to display the time, or to go back in time with the nostalgia evoked by the type of interaction. Their codes, drawing on childhood memories, transform what was once seen as a task into a fun activity. Pauline Saglio

Charlotte Krieger – Cherry Queen

PHOTOGRAPHY

Charlotte Krieger – Cherry Queen

Diploma project by Charlotte Krieger

My short film attempts to articulate the life of my cousin Sabrina between her native United States and Switzerland where she is studying. The film focuses on issues of beauty, fantasy and uprooting. Following Sabrina enabled me to construct a filmic tension between fiction and non-fiction, that emphasizes the game that Sabrina sometimes played with the camera. By establishing an intimate relationship withmy subject, I tried to recreate the transience, the waiting that impregnate her daily life. Sabrina’s own ideal construction, based on stereotypes of beauty and youth, and oscillating between control and drifting, fascinates me. Charlotte Krieger

Junk Museum

PHOTOGRAPHY

Junk Museum

Workshop with Thomas Mailaender

Diploma jury 2013

DESIGN FOR LUXURY & CRAFTSMANSHIP

Diploma jury 2013

Other

Each year the students of the Master of Advanced Studies in Design for Luxury and Craftsmanship are asked to develop a personal project which allows them to work in a more personal and experimental manner.

Filippo Demarchi – Age 17

FILM STUDIES

Filippo Demarchi – Age 17

Diploma project with Frédéric Mermoud

Matteo is a 17-year-old boy who comes to the realization that he is in love with Don Massimo, a young priest of the village that leads the marching band in which Matteo plays the drum.

Carina Freire – The little prince in the land that passes by

FILM STUDIES

Carina Freire – The little prince in the land that passes by

Diploma project with Frédéric Mermoud

Stéphane Lambiel is a famous figure skater and a two-time world champion. Today, he goes from galas to galas on a weekly basis. The little prince in the land that passes by draws an intimate portrait of this young man by showing the life behind the stardom status.

Leo Haddad – Age of fire

FILM STUDIES

Leo Haddad – Age of fire

Diploma project with Frédéric Mermoud

Hugo is sixteen. He has to spend his easter holidays at his country house, with his mother. He'll meet Céline again, his childhood friend. It's been a long time since they haven't seen each other. She's changed, and him as well...

I've got a power

FILM STUDIES

I've got a power

Studio project with Denis Gheerbrant

This is the testimonial of a friendship between the director and his friend Mirko, with whom he spent his childhood playing with "Playmobil"-figures in a fantasy world.

Kaspar Schiltknecht – Bonne Espérance

FILM STUDIES

Kaspar Schiltknecht – Bonne Espérance

Diploma project with Frédéric Mermoud

The routine life of Stéphanie, a support worker, ill at ease with herself, but totally dedicated to her work, is overturned by her experience with Tamara, a “white trash Lolita” who is at war with the entire world.

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