In the Louise Labé room, a new stage in the 2019 edition, visitors will discover Julie Chaffort’s filmic work: burlesque and offbeat films that appeal to the world of tales, legends and that invite contemplation. She realizes them in natural territories, most often during residencies that feed her narrative frames. In her films, landscape is the raw material of her work. The territory is a character in its own right and humans, animals, plants, rain, wind, time, the weather are all elements that collaborate. It brings a context, it rely on the element of surprise, offsets, displaces the habits of...
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