#3 Screening Rose Lowder

in collaboration with the Centre Pompidou museum

followed by a discussion with Rose Lowder and Vincent Sorrel (filmmaker and Maître de conférences in artistic creation at the University Grenoble Alpes) and facilitated by Philippe-Alain Michaud (curateur at the Musée National d’Art Moderne-Centre Pompidou)

Rose Lowder’s filmmaking is closely linked to the way she handles her Bolex, the amateur camera which in her hands becomes an “instrument of visual research”. The camera is ecological as hands are all it needs to collect images at the rhythm of hand-cranked or frame-by-frame shots. Intertwining images in a movement that she likens to weaving more than editing, Rose Lowder records photograms of flowers that she recomposes as bouquets of images for the screen. (Vincent Sorrel)