Previously at the ICA - Films
13 Nov 2013
Dublin-based French artist Aurélien Froment investigates objects and our relationship to them in analytical detail. Often borrowing from theatrical or cinematic conventions, his films weave fact and fiction with unusual narrative devices.
Aurélien Froment, born 1976, France (lives and works in Dublin). Recent solo exhibitions include Landschaft aus Holz, Sprache aus Ahorn, Carlier Gebauer, Berlin (2012) and Fourdrinier Machine Interlude, Central Library, Los Angeles (2012). Recent group exhibitions include When Attitudes Became Form Become Attitudes, Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit (2013) and Qui a peur du cylindre, de la sphère et du cône? De la géomét rie à l’échelle du paysage, Musée Rochechouart (2012).
Canary Wharf Screen
A film from this programme is also being shown as part of STOP!, a three-part season of films and moving-image works at Canary Wharf station, in collaboration with Art on the Underground. For more information on this project, visit the ICA Blog →
All films are 18+ unless otherwise stated.