Julian CHARRIÈRE, Somewhere, 2015, vidéo 16 min 24 sec, © Julian CHARRIÈRE, 2015 Courtesy : BUGADA & CARGNEL, Paris
26 Nov 2015
8pm - 12am
Centre Pompidou, Cinéma 1
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Each year, Nuit Blanche celebrates contemporary art by bringing together, from dusk to dawn, dozens of artists and hundreds of thousands of visitors. In 2015, the artistic director José Manuel Gonçalves, promises an exciting edition entitled "Atmosphere ? Atmosphere...!"
Paris Summit/COP21 in December 2015 instead of the French capital at the center of international environmental news. Today, many artists show their interest in these issues, trying to change attitudes.
This prospective Cinema session focuses on the relationship between art, nature, risk, sustainable development and environmental history in a contemporary way. The cycle "Prospective Cinema" at the Centre Pompidou is a monthly event organized by the contemporary and prospective service creation museum every last Thursday of the month, led by Christine Macel.
Programming and sessions will be presented by Loïc Le Gall and Olivier Zeitoun. The session will be followed by a cocktail.
- Julian Charriere (1987, Switzerland), Somewhere, 2014, 16'24''
- Chim↑Pom (Japanese group founded in 2005), Saya mau ke pergi TPA, 2008, 5'04''
- LaToya Ruby Frazier (1982, USA), UPMC Braddock Detox, 2011, 22'23''
- Camille Henrot (1978, France), Million Dollar Point, 2011, 5'31''
- Margaret Salmon (1975, USA), Oyster, 2014, 14'25''