Andrés Baron op IFFR
Andrés BARON (1986, Colombia) is an artist who lives and works in Paris. Through practice with film, video and photography, his approach establishes a relationship with the image transformed by screens and networks, playing with the spaces of representation. He received his MFA from l'École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. His work has been presented in various screenings and exhibitions. In 2018, he was a finalist for the Prix des Amis du Palais de Tokyo. Printed Sunset (2019) screened at IFFR. Aberración Cromática (Fiebre) (2019) is the final part of his Mirror Travelling trilogy.
(all short selection) Bettina and White Background (2016), Bettina and Wallpaper (2016), El páramo/Folded Landscape (2016), 31 Rue d'Ulm, for Dan, for Gordon (2016), Woman Dancing with a Still-life (Alix) (2016), Mirror Travelling (2017), Printed Sunset (2017), Aberración Cromática (Fiebre) (2019), Portals (2019)
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