Laure Prouvost (an award winner for Wantee at the 14th T-Mobile New Horizons International Film Festival) made her latest film from material left over from her earlier film The Wanderer. She then added complementary footage filmed during the Biennale in Lyon. In After After the End, in short, dynamic scenes using strobe lights, she shows objects separated from themselves. Items arranged throughout a space act as hints left behind by the artist that help the viewer decipher the meaning of the work.
Born in Lille, France. She currently lives and works in London. Has made films, installations, and performance art. Her work can be seen in galleries and at festivals all over the world. She won a Max Mara Art Prize in 2011. In 2013, she won a prestigious Turner Prize for Grand Dad Friendship with Kurt Schwitters, as well as an exhibition called FarFromWords at Whitechapel Gallery.
1999 Holiday / Vacances 78 (short)
2002 Blue Bird (short)
2011 I Wish This Video Was Deeper (short)
2013 Wantee. Przyjaźń dziadka z Kurtem Schwittersem / Wantee. Grand Dad Friendship with Kurt Schwitters (short)
2014 Po po końcu / After After the End (short)