Waves no. 1 is where shadow and light, emptiness and matter interact in an endless ballet, to create a definitely non-Newtonian dynamic. Created with light reflections, optical effects in this video are the result of the recording characteristics of the digital camera.
Musical suggestion for this sequence: you should try Drum & Bass
In the S’inventer des mondes serie, Pierre Blache uses video to creates fictional landscapes that oscillate between the representation of the genesis of the Universe and its apocalyptic end; between the unfathomable beauty of our planet and the anguish of the upheavals we have engendered.
To do so, he orchestrates improbable encounters between the scientific representation and its transposition in the art world. He captures short video footage looking for hidden pieces of magic within the simplicity of things. Convinced that technology is only a tool and not an end in itself, he realizes video povera to counterbalance the celebration of digital. He brings to light the poetry of things without succumbing to the attraction of the virtual.