A film by Antoine de Roux on the work of the artist Felice Varini
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Artists: Antoine De Roux, Felice Varini
7 Lines for 5 Triangles is a documentary presentation of Felice Varini’s art installation at the Place de l’Odéon in Paris in 2003: a continuous line bent 7 times to form 5 triangles over the architectural space. Directed by Antoine De Roux, the documentary aims to follow the artist and the participants as they take part in the making of the installation. The films shows from start to finish, the occupation of the space by Varini, his art, and his assistants, including inevitable surprises and technical challenges that happen along the way. We also get to see the reaction of passers-by and local inhabitants as well as the jubilation of the crowds during the opening night.
Label: LOWAVE, 2005
1 film, 1 slideshow, 1 biography, 45 min, PAL, all zones, stereo, 4:3
a selection of critical texts
French with English / French / German subtitles
|Author(s)||Antoine de Roux|
|Artist(s)||Antoine de Roux, Felice Varini|
|Format||DVD5 PAL Interzone/Region 0, 4:3, Stereo|
|Subtitles||English, French, German|
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