VIDEOBAR #83 : ARPPRENDRE

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VIDEOFORMES presents:

VIDEOBAR #83 : Arpprendre

 

A project by FLORIAN SCHÖNERSTEDT

 

Video installations | 2020

Friday, October 23rd | 6:30 pm > 8 pm
Chapel of the Oratory | Free access

Followed by the exhibition

From October 24th to 28th | 14h > 18h
Chapel of the Oratory | Free access

VIDEOBAR #83 – ARPPRENDRE

A project by FLORIAN SCHÖNERSTEDT

Video installations | 2020

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This exhibition by Florian Schönerstedt extends his residency in the school of the Beffroi de Billom. It presents the work realized during the intervention in the school, as well as during the time of research, which led to several new productions. Put in comparison with older works, they create a dialogue.

While placing them in the lineage of the previous ones, they come to produce new combinations.

The title of this exhibition is a neologism born from a typing error. The addition of the letter R to the verb “to learn”, creates a hybridization with the word “art” and the verb “to survey”. It is from these three notions that the exhibition was built. The image as a given is at the heart of Florian’s research and remains the main thread of his work. Through experimental animation sequences, performances, collections, photographs… his work plays with protocols and constraints. Close to the scientific approach, the framework he sets on the subjects treated is marked by repetition, which becomes the link of a work that could be considered as total.

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Florian Schönerstedt :
In early 2000, he started making films during his university studies. He worked for ten years in audiovisual production. During this period, he directed 4 short films, shown in many festivals and in 2014 his film Souffle court won the Prix court-circuit d’Arte. In 2015, he moved to a studio allowing him to evolve his practice towards freer forms in his approach to the moving image. His journey is marked by several residencies, 3 bis f (Aix-en-Provence), friche de la belle de Mai (Marseille) … and many collective exhibitions. Since 2016, he collaborates with the researcher Romain Trachel (expert in machine learning). Together, they realize the project Les feuilles de l’arbre qui n’existe pas, awarded during the Bains Numériques 2018. In 2019, he realizes his first major exhibition: Meta-archeology at the archaeological museum of Cimiez in Nice.
Florian lives and works in Nice.

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