Braquage & Scratch Projection: Sarah Pucill

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Phantom rhapsody(Sarah Pucill, 2010)Born in 1961, British artist Sarah Pucill has developed over the last twenty years a very private world through photography. The majority of his films take place in the containment of domestic space, where the reality of the house becomes the scene of a complex psychological realm. Her work has been frequently shown in museums and galleries and have won numerous awards at festivals of the first order. Light Cone, in collaboration with the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts (ENSBA) and the Braquage association, present two screenings of short films by Sarah Pucill, with the presence of the artist. These session will discover an intimate and singular work and will serve to present the new DVD compilation by LUX.

Tuesday March 8 2011, 17:00h, Free entrance
École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris
14 rue Bonaparte,  75006 Paris, France
- You be mother (1990, 7’)
- Milk and glass (1993, 10’)
- Backcomb (1995, 6’)
- Mirrored measure (1996, 10’)
- Phantom rhapsody (2010, 19’)

Tuesday March 8 2011, 20:30h, 6 €
Cinéma Action Christine
4 Rue Christine, 75006 Paris, France
- Cast (Sarah Pucill, 2000, video, b&w, sound, 17')
- Stages of mourning (Sarah Pucill, 2004, 16 mm, colour, sound, 17')
- Taking my skin (Sarah Pucill, 2006, video, b&w, sound, 35')