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Aurélien Froment

Aurélien Froment has been developing his work for some twenty years with a deviant interest in cinema, playing with its structure, language, materials and spaces. His work summons up stories of “concrete utopias”, often situated at the margins of modernity. This research materialises as huge photographic installations (Théâtre optique, 2021; Of Shadows of Ideas, 2016; Tombeau idéal de Ferdinand Cheval, 2015; Fröbel Fröbeled, 2014), and as films designed as small theatres (Creuser Wolfson, 2023; L’Idée de Camillo, 2013; Théâtre de poche, 2007; The Apse, the Bell and the Antelope, 2005).