Scratch Projection: Michel Nedjar

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On the occasion of the exhibition entitled "Introspective" dedicated to LaM (Lille Métropole Museum of Modern Art, Contemporary Art and Art Brut), in Villeneuve-d'Ascq from 24 February to 4 June 2017, Light Cone invites the artist Michel Nedjar.

Michel Nedjar has been a complete artist and experimentalist, and has tackled various mediums throughout his career. Drawing and sculpture (which earned him numerous exhibitions and international recognition), but also the still image with photography and moving image with cinema through the amateur format super-8mm in the 70's and more recently video.

This programme presents his latest achievements as well as a film by his companion Teo Hernández with whom he founded the collective "MétroBarbèsRochechou Art" alongside Jakobois and Gaël Badaud.

Programme:
- Michel Là-Bas (Teo Hernández, 1970, video, colour, sound, 16'
- Bouche D'oeil "Voodoovideo" (Michel Nedjar, 2001, video, colour-b&w, sound, 46')
- Black Room Revelee (Michel Nedjar, 2004, video, b&w, sound, 17')

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Tuesday, March 14, 2017 - 20:30
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