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Barthélemy Antoine-Loeff is a French filmmaker and new media artist, based in Paris. He explores, the fragility of the world, using installations and performances. Read more

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Eclipse is an invitation to contemplate a hypnotic, scorching and downsized light phenomenon. It’s a sensitive travel between artificial and natural light (from a dying star). Eclipse is a fragment of time, a time suspension in the life of a supernova, just before its final explosion, just before its death. Uncertain balance or contemporary vanity, time has been stopped to be preserved in a box: a mysterious and black plain circle radiates the inner space of the box with its dangerous and super-bright light, like many pictures of a solar explosion. By this suspension in the life of a supernova, Eclipse reveals the energy that burns to keep the data we are collecting. Eclipse shows the fragility of the world and its parts, about to break even if they look immortal. It’s a balanced moment to express how much life – both digital and physical – is fragile.

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Weight 2.5 kg
Dimensions 30 x 30 x 30 cm
Collection curated by:

Klio Krajewska


Barthélémy Antoine-Loeff






Handheld projector, video, wood, plexiglass, glass


5 copies

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