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A Mare

Video installation - Super 16mm Film - 2016

In Italian, "amare" means "to love," and "a mare" means "to go to the sea."

"A Mare" is an internal monologue, a quest that unfolds in natural spaces where the mass, like a substance, comes to life through air and water. The work is presented as a video installation in which sound, an integral element of the narrative process, supports each shot. It undergoes a narrative shift towards the subject's fiction, this being the bearer of an action that can simultaneously be the author, the narrator, or the character. (Statement by Sandra Flouriot, Programming Manager, Galerie du Dourven, Contemporary Art Center, Trédrez-Locquémeau, Brittany)

Director: Federica Peyrolo

Cinematography: Alexandra Sabathé

Production Manager: Elodie Wattiaux

Production: Le Fresnoy, National Studio of Contemporary Arts

Panorama 19, group exhibition, Le Fresnoy, Tourcoing, France, 2016

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