We’re introducing a new section at the FIFIB this year! From VR films to artists working around the virtual aspect of social media, this selection focuses on immersive pieces. The entrance – a creation by Bruit du Frigo – sets the tone with its organic and winding tunnel. What’s at the end of it? Light, of course!
— A show every 20 minutes, on reservation
— Program 1 : Shows at 2 p.m., 4 p.m., 6 p.m., on reservation
This is the first ever VR experience to tackle the imperceptible anxiety triggered by that very moment when reality blurs with fiction beyond belief.
— Program 2 : Shows at 3 p.m., 5 p.m., on reservation
In the presence of Sara Sadik
The artist from Bordeaux explores the notion of “beurcore”, i.e. the culture developed by the French people of North African origin. To those who want to bring “culture into disadvantaged areas”, the artist shows it’s already there, with both subtlety and humour.
According to this “digital shaman in the making”, “numeriscosophy” is a kind of spirituality that aims at creating a new enlightened place though her journey on the Internet.
En présence d’Élisabeth Caravella
Inspired by the cybernetic culture, between contemporary art and cinema, Élisabeth Caravella pretends to be the perfect dupe by email so as to worm out something else from scammers’ daily swindles: a little bit of poetry.
In the presence of Anaïs Volpé et Alexandre Desane
This documentary web series offers a fascinating encounter with the duality of ten self-taught people from creative fields, between audacity and illegitimacy. In France, some people still believe a degree is more valuable than actual action…
With the support of the Région Nouvelle Aquitaine as part of the Eventech call for projects.