Gael Bonnefon, has an experimental audacity that serve a vision marked by the fall, the tragic, and the dazzling of the world. For him reality presents itself as an incessant series of erasures and metamorphoses, giving a doubt about the nature of any presence. The images of Gaël Bonnefon are therefore altered, ghostly, ambiguous. A tension is created between the outside spaces and the territories of the interiority. The rock almost wild treatment of the analog film acts on the spectator as an invitation to lose his certainties, and establish another report on his environment, intense, adventurous. Looking for appearances, Gaël...
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