Qui sème sa muse
Clément Vieille (FR)
Qui sème sa muse

Film / Installation. 28 min.

Qui sème sa muse is a triptych comprising a sower, a sown and a seed.

The sower is a machine built to enable a camera to make centripetal or centrifugal spherical movements around or within a form. The name of this machine is Système Kano.

The sown is what flows from the seed by the action of the sower. It is a provisional crystallisation that can be recombined ad infinitum. This film comprises five chapters, five spheres, each one enclosing a desire for construction. The name of this film is 5 fragments d'une spirale.

The seed is a helicoid box containing essences, dependent on the movements of the sower to germinate and of the sown to grow. This is what is recuperated or exchanged at the end of the cycle. The name of this drifting object is Monkor.

Who Sews Loves their Muse.

Villa dei Cedri.

Clément Vieille
Clément Vieille France
Promotion Michelangelo Antonioni

Clément Vieille attended the art schools in Lyon and Annecy and graduated in 2015. Parallel to these courses, he acquired his licence as a mountain guide.
His practice oscillates between architecture (especially trans-gender forms) in collaboration with Swiss architect Filippo Broggini, the construction of deployable poetic modules with photographer Daniel Peneranda in Colombia, or simple oral walking in the Alps.

Production : Le Fresnoy, Studio national des arts contemporains