By constantly going back and forth between film and digital, she seeks to question the specific means of this medium and ventures into the field of hybridization. Landscape and light – like evocations of mental spaces, in the field of remembering – are found at the heart of his work. She questions the boundaries of the visible and engages in these interstices created between time and movement.

Sensitive approach to the history of art, Anaïs Boudot creates a new plastic universe. During her residency, she approached the vernacular architectures of the Perche to infuse them with a formal aura whose scope goes beyond the typological approach of an inventory to powerfully summon the history of these buildings. His exhibition-installation in the large nave of the Priory of Sainte Gauburge at the Ecomusée du Perche will be one of the highlights of the Route.

Coproducer
Le Champs des Impossibles
Released
12/10/2020
Collection
Les Carnets
Format
120 x 165
Anglais/Français
Broché
36 photos duotone
64 pages
ISBN : 978-2-35046-511-1
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Anaïs Boudot

Photographe

Anaïs Boudot, born in Metz in 1984. French photographer graduated from the National School of Photography in 2010 and from the Fresnoy studio in 2013, Anaïs Boudot today continues to work around the exploration of photographic means. By constantly going back and forth between film and digital, she seeks to question the specific means of this medium and ventures into the field of hybridization. Landscape and light – like evocations of mental spaces, in the field of remembering – are found at the heart of his work. She questions the boundaries of the visible and engages in these interstices created between time and movement.

Patrick Bard

Auteur, Photographe

Patrick Bard is a photojournalist, novelist, writer-traveler.
His career as a photographer began in 1982 with an exhibition at the Galerie des Voyageurs in Toulouse. He had also been a member of the Rapho press agency since 1979. In 1990, he changed agency and joined Editing.
His first book, published in 1993, was “Blues Mississippi Mud”, a journal of a journey into the world of the blues. From 1996 he left France to study the border between the United States and Mexico.