Oblivion

Oblivion. © Benoît Labourdette.

Memory failure, involving either acquired knowledge or skills or memories; forgetfulness.

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A film by Benoît Labourdette (3’14s, 2017).

At night, when anxiety is there, if one dares to look beyond the ashes of life, one can see an image of salvation.

A film by Benoît Labourdette (3’48s, 2013).

One day a train. Chopped audiovisual form, from which emerge childhood memories, confrontation with the self-forgetfulness.

A film by Benoît Labourdette (1’22s, 2019).

Where the activity of writing takes us unwittingly into unfathomable depths.

A film by Benoît Labourdette (4’22s, 2018).

The mysteries and paradoxes of justice, like so many traces of electric movements forgotten in the past.

A film by Benoît Labourdette (3’02s, 2012).

A touch film, made of paper and words.

A film by Benoît Labourdette (5’27s, 2018).

Discovering in the materiality of the world that a work of art is not what it seems.

A film by Benoît Labourdette, 4 minutes, 2009, digital, Scope 2.35, Color, stereo.

We meet a homeless in the street and we forget, one minute later.

Collective film (7’30s, 2019).

Digital things whisper their existence in our ears.

A movie by Benoît Labourdette (2’19s, 2014).

Life on a blank screen...

Roundtable / lectures on the issues of creation in the digital age.Rouen, 2 December 2014. I participated in the roundtable / lectures as an artist and cultural player. It is obvious, digital upset the issues of artistic creation, whether from (...)

Analysis of a success.

A 10-second video posted on the social network TikTok on August 18, 2020 has made, one month later, more than 400 million views, and the highest number of “I like” since the beginning of this social network. Hypothesis on the reasons for this (...)

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