Promonews - 11th July 2019

Fabrice Le Nezet's film Siblings, with music by Niccolò Chotkowski, is a study in kinetic digital sculptures, and its instantly entrancing and hypnotic.

The film is a celebration of design, with each sculpture revisiting an elementary mechanical or physical idea such as rotation, translation, compression, magnetisation, vibration, tension, undulation, etc.

This project explores the idea of function without functionality. They are "industrial Totems, some sort of memories of the modern world" according to Le Nezet, and their playful repetitive movements give each sculpture a distinct character.

Credits

DirectorFabrice Le Nezet
ProducerFabrice Le Nezet
Production CompanyFabrice Le Nezet
LabelSmider

Promonews - 11th July 2019

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