A la gare
In a train station, neutral and impersonal location, time is the conductor of the continuous and endless choreography of body displacement, and the measurement of time is the heart beat of individuals and objects. When this measurement is irregular or dysfunctional, the whole equilibrium between carefully protected self and the generalized system is interrupted. A la gare is a video-installation dealing with memory as a private manifestation, which from times to times awakes in a public space. Presented frontally at the entrance a room, it confronts the viewer with time counting as the sound becomes clearer.
HD | 50'59" | 16:9