An exhibition of photographs and video by Nicolas Claris and Romain Claris.
Short and concise, a haiku encourages reflection, imagination, to transport the spirit …
A haiku evokes, suggests, invites contemplation and meditation. With its sobriety it steers our imagination by multiplying it like a guide, at once expert, secret and delicate ...
Sensitivity, imagination and emotions are human and universal. Different cultures, through their prisms, make them express distinctly, but the background remains the same!
It is therefore up to the reader to create his own vision, to invent, to consider, to project him/herself rather than by words. As image makers we opt for visual metaphors that are not primarily an attempt at translation(s) but rather transgressions, inspirations, breaths that in our turn we offer to the eyes as so many surprising phonemes.
With: Salomé Costagliola
Directed by Romain Claris. 2019 - 4 minutes 50 Site internet
Espace Culturel du Seeko'o ****
October 15, 2019 - January 6, 2020
Free entrance every day from noon to 6.30pm