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30 Jan – 9 Feb 2025

Charlotte Clermont

Charlotte CLERMONT (Canada) is a video-based artist living in Montreal, Quebec. Her work has screened in Canada and internationally at galleries and festivals including Les Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois, Festival Oodaaq and the European Media Art Festival. She has been selected for artist residencies in Japan, the United States and Italy.


(all short) as close as possible/as far as possible (2016), We Are The Way We Are Because Nature Will Allow It (2016), Parking Lot Attendant (2016), (Tokichiro) Non-Romantic Repetitiveness (2016), attention-span-wise (2016), Plant Dreaming Deep (2017), How Flowers Never Became A Food Group (2017), Pour Mardi/Seeing Something(s) That No One Else Seems To See (2017, music video), Difficult People/Unfortunate Mornings (2017, music video), Synesthesia in Slow Motion (2018, instal), PS: Auto tracking (2018), Waiting For The Next Timeless Tuesday (2018, instal), 514-835-9658 (2018), Plants Are Like People (2018), special dark glass somewhere (2019), you’re a plant whisperer and for me, it’s enough (2019), where i don’t meet you (2019)

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Charlotte Clermont at IFFR

  • where i don’t meet you

    Shot on Super 8 and hand processed, the film’s materiality is treated not only as a medium but also as a subject. (Vidéographe)

    • Bright Future Short
  • as close as possible/as far as possible

    With tones of nostalgia and magic, a universe is revealed, where imagination and personal memories seem impossible to separate. (Winnipeg Film Gr

    • Bright Future Short