Benaïnous & Parra,
Cinémathèque Robert-Lynen, Paris
Tuesday, April 18th, 2017
Special screening, organized in partnership with the Amis des Beaux-Arts de Paris
Pierre Pauze, Yodh Song (Clip pour Limousine), 2016. Courtesy of the artist
In partnership with the Association des Amis des Beaux-Arts de Paris, Carosposo presents Clips Claps, a screening gathering together videos and clips by six young artists, graduated from the École des Beaux-Arts de Paris: Johanna Benaïnous & Elsa Parra, Léandre Bernard-Brunel, Virgile Fraisse, Pierre Pauze et Elsa Werth.
We are challenged by the modern world to live according to its expectations. In the frenzy of our social lives, nature and culture draft a free choreography, way less tainted by the preexisting dual statements that usually prevail in our perception of the world and all its components. Our western and neocolonial fantasies are still present but fading. The resistance supported by our imagination, by the understanding and acceptance of the others and their cultures is strengthening. Using various forms and processes, these six young artists open our sensibilities, and keep on increasing the infinite harmonies of the musical spectrum. From Clips to Claps they reinforce the moving images' visionary, poetic, metaphoric, and non-authoritarian dimensions.
Born in 1990, Virgile Fraisse lives in Paris.
He graduated from ENSBA Paris in 2014.
Virgile Fraisse, Prédiction/Production, 2016
Born in 1990, Pierre Pauze lives in Paris.
He graduated from ENSBA Paris in 2016.
Pierre Pauze, Yodh Song, 2016
Born in 1985, Elsa Werth lives in Paris.
She graduated from ENSBA Paris in 2013.
Elsa Werth, Bestiaire, 2009
Born in 1985, Léandre Bernard-Brunel lives in Paris.
He graduated from ENSBA Paris in 2013.
Léandre Bernard-Brunel, Zélés Héliotropes, 2011
Born in 1991 et 1990, Johanna Benaïnous & Elsa Parra live in Paris.
They graduated from ENSBA Paris in 2016.
Benaïous & Parra, Devot, 2016