> JEAN-MICHEL ROLLAND (fra)
Noviembre en Marsella, los estorninos se reúnen en una grúa antes de su gran partida a África.
El rastro fotográfico, perdido con la película, se reinventa aquí para mostrar el vuelo de las aves bajo un nuevo aspecto.
¿Su libertad de movimiento será para siempre un sueño lejano para la humanidad?
November in Marseille, starlings gather on a crane before their big departure to Africa.
The photographic trace, lost with the film, is here reinvented to show the flight of birds under a new aspect.
Will their freedom of movement forever remain a distant dream for humanity?”
Jean-Michel Rolland is a French artist born in 1972. A long time a musician and a painter, he brings together his two passions – the sound and the image – in digital arts since 2010. Through video artworks, generative art, audiovisual performances and interactive installations, he questions the temporality, a genuine fourth dimension inherent to moving image, as well as the duality between his two favorite mediums, the sound and the visual.
His formal research is guided by the desire to reveal the intrinsic nature of our perceptual environment and to twist it to better give new realities to the world around us.
His works, always very experimental, are a reflection of the sometimes unexpected internal world of their author and are however the object of an important diffusion abroad. Several have been rewarded for their originality by various festivals.”