The film I am trying to make studies the pattern of two types of isolation, first human isolation, then heritage isolation. It documents an important woman who is the first to develop an outfit such as a salon for 25 years. There are strange similarities between the two models Ishtar and Aisha Qasimiya. They have the same name and fate. So in this film, duplication between inanimate objects, people and spirit is used to put isolation under the microscope. And by using the exchanges or behaviour between the two characters, such as special explanatory words to explain the Ishtar symbols, this also provides interpretation in the film to explain the video. On the other hand the missing beliefs and the associated heritage of Ishtar are documented by focusing on the lifestyle of Aisha Qasem. The strong point is that both characters share the concept of beauty, which requires accuracy, and this makes us ask a philosophical question about the technique that beauty drops and the role it plays in isolation.
The project is based on an inventory of all sounds, behaviors, and nature common between Mesopotamia and Jizan
And creating a new syntax context
It includes 3 levels of physical memory, contemporary level and the now.
I am interested in the new style of looking at the isolation mechanism by observing phenomena between the two mediums that are manifested in the behavior associated with heritage, environment and astronomy.
What should the project achieve?
It should achieve value synchronization
Where the focus is on heritage and its original places which give us interpretations to understand ancient civilization
Astronomy and cosmic unity.
Which was based on strategies in logic, clothing, food, clothing and beauty
So that there is a fixed reference bases contradictory conditions to enrich the choice element
The gap is characterized by a mechanism similar to suppression where every mental process creates a gap between perceptions that threaten other feelings, thoughts and feelings
Especially the optional psychological isolation, as it reduces the interconnected connections with other ideas
Where threat perception is remembered less often
And it has less effect on self-esteem
It is a reflection of self-reflection and options that we begin to measure the depth of the effects of isolation
Bela Tarr, Alain Fleischer, François Bonenfant, Le Fresnoy - Studio national des arts contemporains,
Luciana Araújo De Paula, Luc-Jérôme Bailleul, François Bedhomme, Aurélie Brouet, Pascal Buteaux, Sébastien Cabour, Valérie Delhaye, Daniel Dobbels, Félicie D'estienne D'orves, Hocine Farhi, Christophe Gregorio, Alex Hardellet, Julie Machin, Diogo Oliveira, Cinna Peyghamy, Famille Pouydesseau(X), Eric Prigent, Pascale Pronnier, Cyprien Quairiat, Félix Luque Sánchez, Charles Saoul, Massimiliano Simbula, Blandine Tourneux, Madeleine Van Doren, Elodie Wattiaux Et Claire Williams. Felix Classen - Flo Baruch
Saudi artist Reem Al Nasser’s work is informed by personal experiences and close observations of movement, mobility and cultural change within her surroundings. Photography, Graffiti, video and sound installations bring forth untold stories, and delve into the rational, psychological obscurity and all that is perceived as complex and absurd in human nature. Reem’s aphoristic and undeviating sensory installations capture and cast back the tension of unsettling complexities within the themes she explores. Al Nasser’s relies heavily on anthropological research with an ethnographic visual approach.
Production : Le Fresnoy, Studio national des arts contemporains