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Its successive disappearances

Clara Chichin

2020

As we would see after shutting our eyes.

Or after a long stare, “until sight fails”.

Wandering made up of glares, impressionist images. At times, visions almost abstract — mixture of mineral matter, the film’s grain and pixels.

Recomposing an imaginary space that oscillates between minerality and vegetality, originating fragments: water, sky, stone.

Drifting to the rhythm of solitary and intuitive walks, braving the elements and weather phenomena: sun, rain, gusts of wind, light,changing colours.

Length and breadth.

All the way the black rocks at the end.

Peregrinations bound by the rhythm of the tides — waiting for the sea

to retreat. Sometimes walking on the sand, sometimes walking tracks on the hills formed by clay, mud and chalk cliffs; among wild vegetation — like a hinterland.

The horizon, the sea, appearing — disappearing, but the sound of its endless flow is a never ending reminder of its presence.

WoWork done during the residence Tremplin Jeunes Talents, Festival Planche(s) Contact, Deauville, 2020.

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