Focus Alexandre Larose

A first retrospective in America on Alexandre Larose’s works, a Montreal filmmaker whose interest lies in working with cinematographic images, shooting landscapes, portraits, and interiors. This selection celebrates the research of the artist and his work with light, reuniting various iterations of brouillard, the series that made him famous. Each piece presents an accumulation of trajectories on film, as he walks along the paths with his camera, superposing the images through in-camera editing. This “man with a movie camera” of the 21st century brings forth spaces which transform and dissolve before your very eyes.

A discussion between the artist and Nicole Gingras will follow the retrospective.

Films: brouillard : études préliminaires pont Jacques-Cartier ; brouillard #1 ; brouillard #6 ; brouillard #12 ; brouillard #14 ; brouillard #16 ; brouillard #19 ; le vestibule ; Saint Bathans Repetitions

Biography: Born in Abitibi, Quebec, Alexandre Larose became interested in cinematography after finishing his studies in Mechanical Engineering in 2001. He immediately moved to Montreal, where he focused on the study and practice of the moving image. In 2013, he completed his Master of Arts at Concordia University.

Filmography: Saint Bathans Repetitions (2016) ; le vestibule (2016) ; brouillard #19 (2016) ; brouillard #16 (2015) ; brouillard #14 (2013) ; brouillard #12 (2013) ; brouillard #6 (2011) ; La Grande Dame (2011) ; brouillard : études préliminaires pont Jacques-Cartier (2009) ; Ville Marie (2006-2009) ; artifices #1 (2007) ; Le Corps humain (introduction) (2006) ; 930 (2004-2006).



 

Friday, March 16th, 7:45 p.m., Screening #33

Concordia University, Cinema J.A. De Sève, J. W. Mc Connell

1400, blvd de Maisonneuve West, Montreal, QC, H3G 1M8