The animated object, between fiction, politics and disconcerting strangeness

With artist Roee Rosen and Jean-Pierre Rehm, general delegate, FID Marseille
Friday 9 February, 2018 - 8 pm

The Burried Alive Videos, 2013

Roee Rosen

For nearly 30 years, Israeli-American painter, writer and filmmaker Roee Rosen has developed a singular body of work combining fictional characters and autobiographical fiction, cross-fertilisation of iconographic and literary traditions (from the lives of saints and martyrs in the medieval The Golden Legend to children’s books, German Romanticism, Surrealism and Nazi symbols) and a critical look at contemporary Israeli policy.

After a screening of her film The Buried Alive Videos (2013), he discusses a theme that has been present in his work from the outset: the animation of objects with powerful symbolic, psychological and political value.

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