In the film’s opening shot, the ocean and cloudy sky reigningabove are unusually simple. Of more interest are the shots particular components, which we get to know during a visual journey into the depths of the film itself when, in front of our very eyes, it reveals spots (and here it’s difficult to avoid any association with impressionism), shapes, and colours. The director is fascinated with the structure of the image, its complexity, and the interdependence of those elements invisible to the naked eye.
Pioneering Internet artist Jacques Perconte was born in 1974 in Grenoble and now lives and works in Paris. He first debuted with Internet and video works as early as 1995. He runs the website technart.net. and cooperates with artists such as Michel Herreria (painter), Didier Arnaudet (poet), Marc Em (musician), Hugo Verlinde (director), Jean-Benoît Dunckel, Léos Carax, and Jeff Mills.
1996 Azar (video, short)
1999 Promenade (short)
2004 I’m Slave For You (short)
2009 Le passage (short)
2012 Myśl różowo / Libres: L’avenir en rose / Think Pink (short)