Previously at the ICA - Films
21 May 2014
Dublin-based French artist Aurélien Froment investigates images and our relationship to them in analytical detail. Often borrowing from theatrical or cinematic conventions, his films weave fact and fiction with unusual narrative devices.
Aurélien Froment, born 1976, France. Recent solo exhibitions include Fröbel Fröbeled, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver (2014), Landschaft aus Holz, Sprache aus Ahorn, Carlier Gebauer, Berlin (2012) and 9 intervals, Pavilion, Leeds (2012). Recent group exhibitions include 55th Venice Biennale (2013), An Ever Changing Meaning, Banff Centre for the arts, Banff, Descriptive Acts, SF MoMA, San Francisco (2012).
Opening Speech, 2011, HD video, colour, sound, 5 min (FR, IR, UK)
Fondation, 2002, SD video, colour, sound, 2 min (FR, US)
The Apse, the Bell and the Antelope, 2005, SD video, colour, sound, 27 min (FR, US)
Pulmo Marina, 2010, HD video, colour, sound, 5 min (USA-Ireland-UK-France (FR, IR, UK, US)
Fourdrinier Machine Interlude, 2010, HD video, colour, sound, 7 min (CH, FR, IR)
Théâtre de poche, 2007, HD video, colour, sound, 12 min (FR, IR)
Camillo's Idea, 2012, HD video, colour, sound, 25 min (FR, IR, IT)
Please note that all films are 18+ unless otherwise stated.