Collective film (3’10s, 2019).
A revolt of objects against the Internet and its uses.
Collective film (7’22s, 2017).
Words dance to make racism and discrimination vanish.
Collective film (2’34s, 2013).
Not being where you want to be.
Collective film (5’21s, 2018).
In a movie theater, atypical travelers discuss their lives.
A film by Benoît Labourdette (5’11s, 2014).
The myth of scientific progress. According to Albert Bayet.
Series of 25 paintings on paper 50x65cm.
“The coal consumed in the fireplace, which has lasted all spring, is now used to, at the time of the arrival of the summer, write the sensation of time that has gone, a revival that promises, engraving (...)