About Serendipity: Prune Nourry, from intimacy to cinema
"In the museum, some people halt one work, others on another. There is a mixture of chance and intuition in the work that catches your eye: it's serendipity." The work of visual artist Prune Nourry is exhibited the world over. For the past 15 years, she has brilliantly explored the fields of bioethics, the female body and fertility, mixing sculpture, video and photography. When she was diagnosed with breast cancer, her world was turned upside down: Prune Nourry decided to turn her camera on herself and transform her disease into an artistic odyssey. A conversation, led by Tatyana Franck, about the intimacy of one of the most prolific artists of her generation, and the role of cinema in this exploration.
Wednesday 11 March
Espace Pitoëff - Théâtre
Co-presented with the Musée de l'Élysée
Prune Nourry artist and filmmaker (via skype)
Tatyana Franck Director of the Musée de l'Elysée, Lausanne
by Prune Nourry
- Section: Out of competition - Creative doc.
- Original language: Chinese (Traditional), English & French
- Subtitles: French
- Alastair Siddons
- Cohen Media
France, United Kingdom & United States