Painters at work, with regard to cinema
Peintres a l'oeuvre, au regard du cinema
Dedicating this work to Jean-Gerald Veyrat, the author explores the subject of painters seen and reviewed by the cinema, around a slideshow exhibited in colloquium. The opportunity to question the relationship of words, things, emotions and images. Through the staged staging of the creative act, the impossible to show the fulgurances and to represent the irrepresentable. From the difficulty of making the invisible real to the throes of artisans of art to give to see the visible, whirling glances of glance. The symptomatic omnipresence of the cliches of the artist and the pitfalls of psychobiography refers in this cinema to the myths of the eye of desire and the paradoxes of creativity. An eye for an eye. Repetitions and metamorphoses, since the night of the times and the first mirrors of the maternal pupil. Transpositions and revelations of painters at work, from subjectivity to subjectivity and transfers of memories into transfers of existences. As in therapeutic mediations, otherwise, films of painting aim at the gaze on the gaze without taking our eyes full. Sometimes for the best, even if it is for fake.
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