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Collective Exhibition – Friday, March 15 to Friday, March 29

École Nationale Supérieure d’Art et de Design, Nancy

France / 6'42
Galerie Dolet, Crous Clermont Auvergne, 25 rue Étienne Dolet, Clermont Ferrand

Founded in 1708 by the Dukes of Lorraine and heir to the famous École de Nancy, the ENSAD Nancy – École nationale supérieure d’art et de design – is a higher education institution of the Ministry of Culture.

The school prepares students for six national diplomas: the DNA (Diplôme national d’art) and the DNSEP (Diplôme national supérieur d’expression plastique) in art, communication and design. It also offers two post-master’s degree programs.
Located since 2016 on the Artem Campus, the ENSAD Nancy is one of the founding schools of the Artem Alliance (ARt, TEchnology and Management).

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About the workshop :

Responsible : Vincent Vicario

The productions presented are made in the video workshop (Vincent Vicario, co-manager), a place of practice and experimentation of the moving image. Open to all ages and all options, it is a place of a great diversity of work.


24 Frames | Arthur Edel, Suzanne Besvel, Marine Pavet-Blanchet | 2023 | 1’05

The result of a 4-day workshop led by Alexandra Karelina in October 2023 at ENSAD Nancy, entitled “The experimental approach to still image film”. It is a spellbinding film created in the tradition of structural cinema.

Be patient | Sun Yizhou | 2023 | 3’13

A work about waiting. A series of 10-second recordings of deliverymen waiting in front of homes, in a moment of distraction.

Matalàs | Antoine Sibille | 2023 | 2’24

A cover of a song by Alejandro Fernandez MATALAS, “Tuez-les” (Kill them) in French. A misogynistic song, with an almost folkloric melody. Released in 2003, the song caused quite a stir. The video is a satire of the song. Reappropriating the main character, the clip features a fictitious character combining the concept of drag-queen and gender non-identity. A surprising character who exists only within the video clip, with no external performance. Produced in a video studio, the character is staged in a red atmosphere mixing close-up on specific costume details and wide shots. A scene created in aluminum highlights the “red door”, enhancing the character’s mystique.

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