Paris, in the near future. A secret organization prepares the hacking of a datacenter. To remain anonymous during their meetings, the hackers take the appearance of the missing members of the organization.
These transformations occur thanks to a pirate process itself, the Deepfake, which consists in replacing a face with another digitally by training the computer to associate images (Machine Learning). These digital masks, which have been troubling the internet for several years, are displayed here in public spaces, where they disrupt the recognition of characters and therefore the monitoring of their movements in the city.
After studying at the Beaux-Arts in Paris he entered Le Fresnoy – Studio National des Arts Contemporains in 2018.
In his films and video installations he sets up games of detection in which whimsical and lunar characters cross paths and form alliances.
2017: DNSAP, Beaux-Arts de Paris (ENSBA), Atelier Marie-José Burki
2016: California Institute of the Arts (Calarts), Los Angeles Semestre d’échange
2015: DNAP, Beaux-Arts de Paris (ENSBA)
Production : Le Fresnoy, Studio national des arts contemporains