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Max Fett

TYPE DESIGN

Max Fett

Studio project by Weichi He

MaxFett is a free interpretation of the typeface Fette Grotesk, widely distributed as a single cut among former German type foundries under different names. Fette Grotesque, Breite fette grotesque, Fette Steinschrift, Zeitung-Grotesque, Ganz fette Groteske. This interpretation of the source by Herrlinger & Schmidt from 1881 is taking a contemporary approach on heavy squarish grotesks.

All Over

TYPE DESIGN

All Over

Workshop with MATD, Job Wouters (Letman)

Workshop with Dutch designer Job Wouters.

Extra

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Extra

Workshop with Cyril Diagne

A one week workshop with Cyril Diagne where students were asked to question the browser and its use, to change the experience of the web thanks to chrome extensions.

Smartphone Peripheral Companions

Smartphone Peripheral Companions

Research project

The research project Smartphone Peripheral Companions explores new forms of interaction with the data flows passing through our smartphone, questioning the status of total object that this device has acquired.

Undo

PHOTOGRAPHY

Undo

Workshop with Shirana Shahbazi

For one week, artist and photographer Shirana Shahbazi asked the 3rd year students in the Bachelor Photography to revisit their work. By changing, re-editing and destroy existing forms and materials, the students were able to broaden the scope of possibilities in the various production processes. The title "Undo" invites students to get rid of their methodology and explore beyond their own borders, through a more refined approach to the concept of form.

Tokyo summer university

PHOTOGRAPHY

Tokyo summer university

Other with Milo Keller, MAP

In Summer 2019, thirteen students of ECAL Master in Photography  supervised by Milo Keller, traveled to Japan to develop thirteen personal projects in collaboration with Taisuke Koyama and TOKYO PHOTOGRAPHIC RESEARCH. From still and moving images to computer-generated photographic visuals, students’ artworks explore a wide variety of aspects of the Japanese megalopolis which is, once again, undergoing major transformations in preparation for the 2020 Summer Olympic Games. Some projects focus on concrete aspects of the city, from the destruction of small residential houses to the construction of the gigantic Olympic village and the conquest of new territories by the sea. Other works investigate particularities of Japanese culture such as food in a family setting, the desire to generate humanoid robots, the confusion of child and adult worlds in manga, Pichinko Gambling , the reinvention of Ikebana and the rising stars among young girls. Finally, works seek to visualise more abstract concepts such as loneline

Improvisation is shit

PHOTOGRAPHY

Improvisation is shit

Workshop with Melanie Bonajo

"Improvisation is shit" is a performance workshop introducing role-play and improvisation techniques led by Melanie Bonajo at ECAL. During the workshop the students are challenged to negotiate again what it means to be human by way of our relationship to technology and systems of control. The onset of the digital era and the steady increase in globalised secular values has led to sexuality as a sphere of daily life being more visible and more available than ever. Nevertheless, it seems as though people are losing the ability to make meaningful connections even in physically intimate circumstances. What does it say about our society that many people would rather meet and then ghost a hook up rather than pay someone for a conscious orgasm? And what does it say if Capitalism is making money off of our loneliness and incapacities to source our own intimacy?

Guardare l’utopia

PHOTOGRAPHY

Guardare l’utopia

Workshop with Milo Keller, MAP, Florian Amoser, Calum Douglas

Utopia is invisible; only utopians can see it. A class of 12 students from the Photography Master at the ECAL/University of Art and Design of Lausanne, in residence at Casa Corti in Pellio, Val d’Intelvi (Italy), elaborated the concepts of utopia and community. Identifying the malaise of a generation trapped in social networks, confused between reality and the virtual sphere, and in need of establishing new values, the group developed a range of different strategies: morning meditation sessions, walks to Monte Generoso, shared meals and discussions to produce photographs and videos which, while gradually shifting away from reality, reach imaginary dimensions that oscillate between utopia and dystopia, figuration and abstraction. --- Students Emidio Battipaglia Robin Bervini Jasmine Deporta Anja Karolina Furrer Alessia Gunawan Christian Harker Johanna Hullár Philipp Klak Doruk Kumkumoglu Jelly Luise Igor Pjörrt Gedvile Tamosiunaite Curator Milo Keller Assistants Florian Amoser Calum Douglas Graphic Design Nicolas Polli biennaleimmagine.ch https://casacorti.org/

Master cinéma - Production

FILM STUDIES

Master cinéma - Production

Other

Ketsia Stocker, student in Master Cinema - major Production, on the set of the series "Bulle" by Anne Deluz, 2019 (prod. Intermezzo Films/RTS)

Cinema Master - major Sound

FILM STUDIES

Cinema Master - major Sound

Workshop

Vuk Vukmanović, student in Master cinema - major Sound, on the set of "Red Jungle" by Juan José Lozano and Zoltán Horváth, 2019 (prod. Intermezzo Films; Dolce Vita Films; Nadasdy Films & Tchack)

ECAL Cinema book 2019

FILM STUDIES

ECAL Cinema book 2019

Other

Summer University in Tokyo

FILM STUDIES

Summer University in Tokyo

On the occasion of a workshop organised in the framework of the Summer University programme organised by the State of Vaud , a group of students from the ECAL Cinema Department wrote and directed four short movies (documentary and fiction) in Tokyo, in partnership with the Laboratory of Tsuchida/Kore-eda/University of de Waseda.

Collaboration with Fondation Opale

FILM STUDIES

Collaboration with Fondation Opale

Collaboration by Santiago Chacon, Paul Choquet, Nina Defontaine, Elisa Gomez Alvarez, Noémie Guibal, Sarah Rathgeb, Vuk Vukmanovic, Lucas del Fresno

In the framework of the exhibition Before Time Began , Fondation Opale gave “carte blanche” to the students of the Master Cinema ECAL/HEAD to share their cinematic interpretation of contemporary Aboriginal art though seven short films.

NOVEMBRE X ECAL

PHOTOGRAPHY

NOVEMBRE X ECAL

Workshop with Nicolas Poillot

To celebrate the Paris Photo 2019 edition, the Bachelor Photography students of ECAL, under the artistic direction of Nicolas Poillot, translated the music of the producer IKAZ BOI into images. The visuals, sometimes smooth and neat, sometimes dark and rough, were produced by listening to the new project BRUTAL 3: an  intimate album oscillating between romance and darkness composed with instrumental tracks only. Exclusively, 500 unpublished and numbered vinyl copies were created especially for this occasion. For two days, ECAL invests the Au Roi gallery, inviting spectators to a sound and visual journey, in an ephemeral sensory space generated by a synchronous video installation. HD Images Cocktail: 07.11.19 from 19h00 to 21h30 (by invitation only) Exhibition: from 08.11.19 to 09.11.19 from 10h00 to 20h00 Place: Au Roi, 75, rue de la Fontaine-au-Roi, 75011 Paris After: Brutal Party Curators: Nicolas Poillot & Milo Keller Students: Mina Albespy, Faustine Ardaine, Maëwenn Bourcelot, Sarah Coppet, Gaël Corboz, Noé Cotter, Matthieu Croizier, Alexandra Dautel, Charlotte Favre, Laurent Fiorentino, Norida Ho, Gohan Keller, Achille Laplante - The Brown, Pavo Marinovic, Santiago Martinez, Mindaugas Matulis, Anouk Maupu, Maxime Pouillot, Margot Sparkes, Tara Ulmann, Valentin Woeffray Partners: Know-How, Heineken, Elipson www.ecal.ch www.nicolaspoillot.com www.auroi.fr

Paper Park

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Paper Park

Workshop with Emile Barret, Marie Douel

Marie Douel and Emile Barret from Hors Pistes led a workshop with the 2nd year bachelor in industrial design. They asked the students to create a maze made entirely from the paper waste of the ECAL printing centre. Based on the principle of the exquisite corpse, each group created one part of the labyrinth with a strong aesthetic and structural approach, allowing the visitor to get lost in distinct universes.

Zone Grise

PHOTOGRAPHY

Zone Grise

Workshop with Taiyo Onorato

For their first workshop at ECAL, the first year Bachelor Photography students were given the opportunity to work with the Swiss photographer duo Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs. After receiving 20Kg of clay each, they began their plastic exploration with the creation of a mask, a recognizable and anthropomorphic form. By gradually moving away from figuration, the clay, gradually transforming into an image, has been the founding element of formal, intuitive and experimental explorations. The results have been published in the form of a book and an ephemeral installation in a closed and fragile space where the frenzy of creation seems frozen in time.

Lost Records

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Lost Records

Workshop with Ronny Hunger

Sometimes you don’t know that something has been lost — until it’s found again. How many brilliant lost, neglected and forgotten artists can there be? How many albums have been forgotten? How many have been lost? How many were rejected by labels because of political content, critical album artworks or band names? How many didn’t make it through a release and were eliminated or shelved for lack of success? How many dreams, hopes and statements were destroyed? We found 8 of these forgotten albums and worked on the record cover artworks, we tried to catch the mystical mood of these lost recordings, we tried to capture this forgotten music and tried to tell these incredible stories.

An addendum for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

GRAPHIC DESIGN

An addendum for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Workshop with Roosje Klap

During this workshop, all students were asked to write an extension article for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which together formed an addendum for this historical text. It has formed a new part of the temple that hold and protect our humanity. To provide contextual background to the work, students had been reading and discussing an article each day, followed by a daily topic. By the end of the week, an extension of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was celebrated in the form of 20 flags and a collaborative video of 20×20 seconds.

1,15m²

GRAPHIC DESIGN

1,15m²

Workshop with Sacha Léopold (Syndicat)

During this workshop week, the students worked on the curation, mediation and placement of their own exhibition. The students selected a corpus of works from the iconographic and textual collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art, both based in New York. The exhibition space, 1.15m² (refering to the surface area of an F4 poster) is printable, hangable and foldable. It is both a surface but also a base or a volume. The students' results question the means of reproduction and representation of the works in the design of an exhibition.

Simulations

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Simulations

Workshop with Hayden Zezula

Simulations - 3D workshop, focused on particle and fluid simulation, given by Hayden Zezula/@zolloc to the 2nd and 3rd year of the Bachelor's degree in Media & Interaction Design.

Workshop Rochelle Feinstein

FINE ARTS

Workshop Rochelle Feinstein

Workshop

Workshop Marie Matusz

FINE ARTS

Workshop Marie Matusz

Workshop

Workshop Mario de Vega - MID+AV

FINE ARTS

Workshop Mario de Vega - MID+AV

Workshop

ECAL Research Day 2019: Technology and Research in Art and Design

ECAL Research Day 2019: Technology and Research in Art and Design

Other

Technology and Research in Art and Design Friday 8 November, 10.30–19.30 IKEA Auditorium, ECAL, Renens www.researchday.ch Résumé The symposium explored the links between technology and research, with artists, designers and scholars in these fields from all over the world, in discussion with ECAL faculty members. Keynote speeches, conversations, exhibitions and concerts marked the overlapping territory of research and technological innovation. Program Welcome , Alexis Georgacopoulos, director, ECAL Introductory notes , Davide Fornari, head of R&D and professor, ECAL Moderation by Arijana Walcott, emerging technology consultant, co-founder and COO, DART LABS, Zurich Data Materialization Natalie D. Kane, curator of digital design, Victoria and Albert Museum, London in conversation with Patrick Keller, professor, ECAL Keynote: How Can Type Influence How We Design Written Communication? Bianca Berning, font engineer, Dalton Maag, London introduced by Kai Bernau, professor, ECAL, and co-founder, Atelier Carvalho Bernau, The Hague Artists Residencies for Innovation Hugues Vinet, innovation and research director, IRCAM-Centre Pompidou, Paris in conversation with Nicolas Henchoz, director, EPFL+ECAL Lab The Aesthetics of Sustainability Christian Kaegi, founder, Qwstion, Zurich, and Fabrice Aeberhard, founder, Viu, Zurich in conversation with Thilo Alex Brunner, professor, ECAL, and art director, ON shoes, Zurich Keynote: Humanising Machines: The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Art and Design Christian Mio Loclair, art director and founder, Waltz Binaire, Berlin introduced by Pauline Saglio, head of BA Media & Interaction Design and professor, ECAL Keynote: Designing Citizenship in Unstable Times Ala Tannir, co-curator of the 22nd Milan Triennale Broken Nature and independent architect, New York introduced by Davide Fornari, head of R&D and professor, ECAL Audio performance curated by Thibault Walter, professor, ECAL The Invisible Other. Chapter 1. Vibrancy. When the Divinity Manifests. For visual obstructions, time-based media, light and signal refractions By Mario de Vega, sound artist, Mexico City/Berlin in partnership with La Becque | Artist Residency, La Tour-de-Peilz Throughout the day, exhibitions in the Kudelski Hall, l’elac Gallery and EPFL+ECAL Lab: • 100 beste Plakate 18 • ECAL Diplômes 2019 • Smartphone Peripheral Companions curated by Alain Bellet • Soft Machines curated by Camille Blin, Christophe Guberan and Skylar Tibbits, in collaboration with the MIT Department of Architecture and its Design Minor/Design Major Program. On the occasion of the symposium, ECAL launched the book Technology and Research in Art and Design edited by Davide Fornari and published by ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne. Technology and Research and Art and Design In collaboration with EPFL+ECAL Lab Supported by HES-SO Media partner: Creative Applications Network

Internationale Kurzfilmtage Winterthur 2019

FILM STUDIES

Internationale Kurzfilmtage Winterthur 2019

Other

Selection of Arena by Khadyja Mahfou Aidara, Mamadou Sané, Alarba Bousso, Malou Briand , Raphaël Meyer, Oumy Sarr Ndoye (Senegal, Switzerland), 2019 at the School Day in Winterhur. Made in the frame of the Master Cinema Grand Voyage in Dakar, Senegal, in collaboration with Alain Gomis.

Usefulless

FINE ARTS

Usefulless

Other with Ricca

In his essay,  Theory of Metamorphosis , philosopher Emanuele Coccia celebrates the “power of caterpillars” allowing them to transition from one existence to another without having to die first nor being born again. The caterpillar thus in its full autonomy shakes up the natural order of things. This in-between state materializes in the cocoon, an intermediate yet complete stage, totalizing more than the sum of two halves. The cocoon is a circumscribed territory which has no limits, not completely life, not totally death. This solipsistic space is plural, it is host to the liquid form, embracing simultaneity and different realities. The artworks presented here echo the principle of transition which govern this exhibition. Through their relationship to space or how they question the function of an art object, through the staging of intimacy, these works identify a limit and almost mechanically, ask what lies beyond. Usefulless  is a quality specific to useful objects that are nowhere to be found when needed. Opening a middle way through the binary definition  useful/useless , the term  usefulless  defines a transitional state of utility. Here inside the exhibition, the influence of context reveals the intrinsic ambivalence of objects, useful only based on a need, at a given time, for something or to someone.  Usefulless  opens a dialogue between the works of the students of the Master Fine Arts at ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne and pieces from artists whose respective practices explore similar avenues.

Indentity Of The Zone

TYPE DESIGN

Indentity Of The Zone

Workshop with Jan Horčík, MATD

Patches from workshop with Jan Horčík.

Satisfaction 2019

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Satisfaction 2019

Workshop with Mario von Rickenbach

Satisfying webtoys coded by 1st year Bachelor students in Media & Interaction Design as part of a week-long workshop given by Mario von Rickenbach.

There is no spoon

PHOTOGRAPHY

There is no spoon

Workshop with Area Of Work

This workshop is an introduction to 3D creation software that allows you to create images with photographic qualities that are not photographs.

Corentin Leroux – New Dawn Fades

PHOTOGRAPHY

Corentin Leroux – New Dawn Fades

Diploma project by Corentin Leroux

After the recession linked to the 2014 Maidan revolution, Ukrainian economy attrac- ted many foreign companies that wanted a new image at a lower cost. Between aesthetic fascination and economic pragmatism, they have appropriated the image of Eastern Europe as never before. Five years after the revolution, while the country remains at war with Russia, Ukrainian citizens are now represented by Volodymyr Zelensky, a profes- sional actor. It was during his presidential campaign that I decided to focus on image building for economic, cultural or political purposes.

Charlotte Tronchot – Good Mourning

PHOTOGRAPHY

Charlotte Tronchot – Good Mourning

Diploma project by Charlotte Tronchot

Good Mourning  questions the ways of understanding death in our hypermodern world. Online memorial websites are becoming the new means of legacy and commemoration. Full of universalized and standardized symbols, their aesthetics refers to an imagery of visual solace. Clichéd and violent images argue in an apocalyptic soundscape, and their dialogue expresses the blindness of a society that keeps death at a distance. Torn between the promise of an illusory paradise and the reality of our own mortal destiny, we are facing this eternal renewal cycle.

Cynthia Ammann – Floating View

PHOTOGRAPHY

Cynthia Ammann – Floating View

Diploma project by Cynthia Ammann

Floating View is an immersive exploration into Saigon’s ever-changing cityscape. Fragmented, multi-layered images portray a young generation merging into an ever-expanding city. Shifting from futuristic perspectives to the strange flaws of an altered reality, the city emerges and dissolves into an accelerated narrative, blurring the lines between truth and fiction. As a fantasized and dystopian world collapses, the photo series aims to reflect on tomorrow’s megacities through their rapid urbanization process.

Alexandra Trotobas – Innerspace

PHOTOGRAPHY

Alexandra Trotobas – Innerspace

Diploma project by Alexandra Trotobas

Where do our own senses, space and memory meet? Innerspace uses sensory  stimulation to play with our relationship to memories and space. As I come from a family of perfumers, the emotional power of olfaction has always intrigued me. Playing with scale, this immersive space fosters responsiveness to smell, sight and hearing and invites the viewer on a journey of dualities: present experience and past memory, outer world and inner world, reality and perception. The physical space and the immaterial space of the video offer fragments, echoes and insinuations that guide the viewer through the installation on an exploration of their senses.

Hugo Plagnard – Khaled, Going Back and Forth

PHOTOGRAPHY

Hugo Plagnard – Khaled, Going Back and Forth

Diploma project by Hugo Plagnard

Khaled had to leave his family and his country, Tunisia. He is now in France, in a flat he hasn’t really made his home. He’s trying to get a residence permit. He told me about his life, about Tunisia and his escape from it, a country where homosexuality is illegal. I decided to go there and follow in his steps. However, his absence kept me from moving forward. Khaled, Going Back and Forth is an installation of moving images taken in France and Tunisia. A personal narrative reveals the political harshness of both countries, between the urgency to leave and a feeling of endless waiting.

Luna Conte – Landing

PHOTOGRAPHY

Luna Conte – Landing

Diploma project by Luna Conte

Landing is the story of my encounter with Israeli territory, of a confrontation with a reality far from the one I once fantasized about. It is a latent crossing, that of a place where time seems to have frozen still. What emerges out of the heaviness of the surrounding silence is the picture of a fragmented territory, one that is difficult to access and where the lowest walls stand like so many borders against the horizon. And in the destabilizing immobility of things they cast their nostalgic and dumbfoun- ded gazes, they who seem to be contemplating their territory, the very one whose complexity stares them back in the face.

Lucie Deluz – I Come From A Long Line Of Men

PHOTOGRAPHY

Lucie Deluz – I Come From A Long Line Of Men

Diploma project by Lucie Deluz

Tray 35 years to go I want to break down the walls between us His time, mine Distance, space, prison walls I am in Peoria, his hometown. As I am get- ting closer to him and his memories, I have the feeling of moving away. Nostalgia emanates from these empty landscapes where he no longer appears; space and time become blurred. My presence there resonates through his absence. His body disappears, gradually finding its marks in a timeless enclave. Between brutality and sensuality, we are creating a utopian place beyond isolation.

Eliott Villars – Maison Libre

PHOTOGRAPHY

Eliott Villars – Maison Libre

Diploma project by Eliott Villars

Châtelaine, a housing district in the commune of Vernier, near Geneva. This micro-enclave, which was developed in the ‘70s to house a new workforce, is condemned to disappear to make way for a vast urban project. Nowadays, the local population has become more diverse and enjoys more personal freedom. Through this installation I wanted to invite the viewer to question the way they perceive their urban environment and living space. In carrying out Maison libre I developed a long-term approach on a local issue.

Guillaume Baeriswyl – Speculative Horizon

PHOTOGRAPHY

Guillaume Baeriswyl – Speculative Horizon

Diploma project by Guillaume Baeriswyl

In Switzerland, nuclear waste is expected to be stored in deep geological layers by 2050. Placed in cavities dug more than 700m underground, the most toxic of them must remain buried for a million years so that they no longer represent any danger to humans and the environment. Both spatially and temporally, these notions are beyond us. Through different representation modalities, Horizon spéculatif explores and questions our perception of temporalities and spatialities related to nuclear waste.

Aurore Bonami – Beyond the Marina

PHOTOGRAPHY

Aurore Bonami – Beyond the Marina

Diploma project by Aurore Bonami

When I hear this land called "the French Riviera", two opposing visions appear to me. One is the  place where I grew up and that has left its impression on me. The other one is a place that I sometimes have trouble recognizing. This name is a veneer, and, beyond the words, the representation of this space reveals itself to be a facade. ‘Beyond the Marina’ is an intimate dive into the contradictions that exist in this territory. A disenchanted look at a place caught between splendour and decline, where light exposes glancing feelings of what lies between the cracks.

Théa Giglio – You Are Always Somewhere Else

PHOTOGRAPHY

Théa Giglio – You Are Always Somewhere Else

Diploma project by Théa Giglio

You Are Always Somewhere Else is a photographic projection about someone expe- riencing existence through a timeless volcanic landscape devoid of life and traces of human presence. How can I, as a human being, project my designs into a space-time continuum? The two-dimensional picture becomes a metaphysical space where everything and everyone can be reconstructed. The feeling of being somewhere, nowhere and everywhere. Of being someone, no one, everyone.

Yul Tomatala – Anfa

PHOTOGRAPHY

Yul Tomatala – Anfa

Diploma project by Yul Tomatala

Through a series of reflections I considered Casablanca’s modern and colonial heritage from  an urban development perspective. Going beyond a purely documentary approach, I chose to look beyond the confines of the real world to turn towards a broader and more personal narrative. This territory, which European architects once regarded as their fantasy laboratory, becomes a space for exploration and questioning. Between modern utopia and postmodern deconstruction, these images depict the innocence and  exuberance of a  turbulent era in the collective memory.

Arthur Lehmann – Au promeneur

PHOTOGRAPHY

Arthur Lehmann – Au promeneur

Diploma project by Arthur Lehmann

Au promeneur is the result of several questions on landscape. How is it represented today? How, when walking and experiencing the landscape, can we convey an intros- pective feeling to the reader, in the manner of romantic literature? How do we build our inner and intimate landscapes? I then went to places full of family memories, sometimes with my three brothers, sometimes alone. Away from man-made landscapes, I tried to understand what moved me in these places. At the same time, I delved into my archives in order to build my own mental landscape.

Talk given by Camille Henrot

FINE ARTS

Talk given by Camille Henrot

Workshop

Camille Henrot, Plasticienne, New York www.camillehenrot.fr Née en 1978, Camille Henrot vit et travaille à New York. L’artiste française développe une pratique variée qui mêle film, dessin, sculpture et installation. En puisant ses inspirations et ses sujets dans la vie quotidienne et dans la littérature, la mythologie, le cinéma et l’anthropologie, l’oeuvre de Camille Henrot reconsidère avec acuité les typologies d’objets et les systèmes de pensées établis. En 2013, dans le cadre de la Smithsonian résidence à Washington DC, elle réalise le film  Grosse Fatigue , avec lequel elle remporte le Lion d’argent à la Biennale de Venise. Lauréate du Prix Nam June Paik 2014 et du Edvard Munch Art Award 2015, Camille Henrot a également participé aux Biennales de Lyon, Berlin et Sydney et a bénéficié d’expositions personnelles dans des lieux prestigieux tels que le Schinkel Pavillon à Berlin, la Kunsthalle de Vienne, le New Museum à New York ou encore au Palais de Tokyo à Paris pour une carte blanche en 2017. Ses prochaines expositions majeures auront lieu à Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery (2019) et à la National Gallery of Victoria de Melbourne (2020).

Gaïa Lamarre – Realness

PHOTOGRAPHY

Gaïa Lamarre – Realness

Diploma project by Gaïa Lamarre

It’s in this world that I want to live, in this place where I don’t need to identify myself. Where I’m not afraid of being judged, where I’m not afraid of other people. Where I don’t feel fear, far from this binary model. That world is safe. It was built on the memories of those who, before me, also simply wanted to live their lives in an authentic way, without wondering if the next day would be their last. This fantasized metaphorical journey expresses my doubts and indecisions about increasingly conscious identity questions.

Romain Roucoules – Global Solutions

PHOTOGRAPHY

Romain Roucoules – Global Solutions

Diploma project by Romain Roucoules

Following the Brazilian presidential elections, the Amazonian rainforest, an envi- ronmental icon, which has been forgotten for some twenty years, is back under the spotlight and once again the matter for general concern. Presented in the form of an installation, this project brings together modern simu- lacra from different backgrounds. Far consequences, near causes. Between collective memory and collective forgetfulness, Global Solutions questions the way we perceive distant realities, as observed through the prism of technological tools.

Elisa Ribeiro – A lingua do Mar

PHOTOGRAPHY

Elisa Ribeiro – A lingua do Mar

Diploma project by Elisa Ribeiro

A Lingua do Mar is a short-film shot in Nazaré, a small fishing village on the Atlantic coast of  Portugal, north of Lisbon. The short-film takes the form of a documentary-fiction. Through four stories, it questions the connexion that people have with life and death, reality and fiction.

Adrien Sgandura – Subjective Archive

PHOTOGRAPHY

Adrien Sgandura – Subjective Archive

Diploma project by Adrien Sgandura

Through its cultural and artistic influence, the city of Venice has marked many  centuries of history. However, it is being weakened by the massive influx of tourist and global warming and tends to be becoming the mere scenery of its own representation. While filming Venice using fixed shots, I built a database. Distancing myself from the  frozen iconography of the city, I extracted images from its daily life as it unfolded. The resulting Subjective Archive is the experience of a singular stroll recounted via  a web platform: a voluntarily partial and subjective archive about Venice everyday life and the Venetians.

Fanny-Laure Bovet – Like a movie

PHOTOGRAPHY

Fanny-Laure Bovet – Like a movie

Diploma project by Fanny-Laure Bovet

A place where images were not enough and words were redundant. I went on a spiritual and physical journey into the past, the present and perhaps the future too, with my family. It was a rollercoaster ride. It was difficult to get to the end  because the end had happened before I started. Comme dans un film  is a short film about language. How we communicate with each other or don’t. Your language defines how you interact with others, how others interact with you.

Image en Mouvement

FOUNDATION YEAR

Image en Mouvement

Travaux impliquant le traitement d'une séquence vidéo en postproduction, à l'aide du logiciel After Effects.

2MaDP – Diploma 2019

PRODUCT DESIGN

2MaDP – Diploma 2019

Diploma project with Camille Blin

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