Few times, few placesCollaboration with Régis Feugère
HD video, stereo sound, 10’43’’
Production: CarréRotondes / CNA
Europe’s landscape familiar to us today is largely the product of centuries of planning and decisions, meant to go hand in hand with the development of humankind in its habitat. We are most often faced with a man-made landscape in a constant state of flux. This vast undertaking is the result of choices made by public or private institutions, whether democratic or not. Various human, legal, political and economic activities constantly set pace to and modify the environment. Few times, few places paints a portrait of places where these activities are concentrated. The notion of landscape sometimes invokes a surface on which we rest our gaze. In this piece, it is a question of heading upstream towards the very source of this surface.