Philosophy

Methodological proposal.

What methodology should be adopted to build cultural projects that have the capacity to tame uncertainty and thus become more deeply rooted in their objectives? Methodological proposal, based on the thesis of Nassim Nicholas Taleb, the (...)

How can technologies help us think ? Focus on video to mobile phone. Discussion between Serge Tisseron and Benoît Labourdette. Serge Tisseron, a psychoanalyst specializing in images and robotics among others, offers since September 2017 a weekly (...)

A film by Richard Texier and Benoît Labourdette (8’51s, 2014).

Film Richard Texier’s paintings with a drone...

A film by Martine Stora and Benoît Labourdette (26 minutes, 1995).

Paul Virilio, a great philosopher of technology in the 20th Century, in 1994, gave us a vision of the 21st Century that seems to us very enlightening to give meaning to our present, 26 years later. This film, Grand Prix (Silver Wolf) of the (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (3’40s, 2021).

Film comes, in the history of mankind, as a much more religious fact than one might have thought at first glance.. André Bazin, in his article “Ontology of the photographic image” (1945), evokes in a very clear way the function of the original (...)

Collective book to which I contributed, with the article “From economy to the conversation and audiovisual creation”. Publication Date : 19 February 2014 published by Armand Colin Link to the official website of the conference that gave birth to (...)

Inventing art forms, filmed with drone. The Company, place of contemporary art in Marseille, led by Paul-Emmanuel Odin, invited me to offer to local youth, in the central and very popular in Marseille where it is an audiovisual creative (...)

Development of practical and creative thinking in the pedagogy of images, with digital photography. July 8, 2013, invited by Jean-Yves Moirin and Francis Jolly in the Seminar of the Photographic Encounters, I proposed a conference on the (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (5’11s, 2014).

The myth of scientific progress. According to Albert Bayet.

I published the article “Lives in Pictures” in the June 2016 issue of the Spirit Journal on the theme “Power of Images”. Issue edited by Carole Desbarats. Presentation text of the article “Lives in Pictures” Smartphones and digital platforms have (...)

Sharing my interest in an inspiring personality.

The notion of “cultural rights” is increasingly present in the debates within the cultural sector. They are seen by many as being at the heart of the issues and processes of change in the field of culture. But they are controversial, their very (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (4’06s, 2020).

Light is what gives existence.

Reflection and starting point for experiments.

Moving images are verticalizing. This is far from being anecdotal and has an impact on our representation of the world. What philosophical changes does this bring about? How can we explore them? How can we share them? Images are becoming more (...)

Publication of an article in the special addon of ArtPress “Richard Texier, PANTHEO vortex” (June-July 2014). Download complete article (bilingual english-french) ArtPress devoted a special addon to Richard Texier, French painter and sculptor, (...)

A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’22s, 2021).

Thinking the mystery of life through mathematics.

Les droguistes, cultural magazine online, offers a “cultural program” every week. In February 2016, links to my last films published, and back on the film Fatigue, in a article with which I feel in agreement. Canvas Labourdette, working time (...)

Film by Benoît Labourdette (2’47 s, 2016).

Is reality more real than dream, or both are equal ? Based on the “Thoughts” by Blaise Pascal (17th century).

A film by Benoît Labourdette (5’09s, 2018).

A film can be like a spiritual, philosophical object, a text that accompanies our lives and teaches us new things every time we watch it.

A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’06s, 1999-2019).

A contemplative journey through the energy of light, between nature and electronics.

A film by Benoît Labourdette (2’25s, 2015).

A bit of human knowledge, gathered inside an architecture.

The Polyamory series consists of very short films that challenge assumptions about love. These are graphic works linked to synthetic texts, with scientific or testimonial value. Love is a subject that is as much overused as it is little (...)

The image has become a language that everyone “speaks” on a daily basis, much more so than before the democratization of digital tools. Thus the stakes of images touch more than ever our existence in a very direct way, at the psychological, (...)

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