Pascal AUGER

(1955- )
Nationality: french

Pascal Auger is a French film and video artist. After having followed the courses of the philosopher Gilles Deleuze, at the University of Vincennes, then at Saint-Denis, from 1975 to 1987, he was a lecturer in this faculty for two years, from 1980 to 1982. He then worked with Deleuze1 on experimental cinema and the notion of any space, as developed by Deleuze in L'Image-movement.

In 1991, he was awarded a prize at the Madrid Contemporary Art Fair (ARCO).

In 1996, he was awarded a prize at Villa Kujoyama in Japan, where he met the writer Jean-Philippe Toussaint and the Spanish composer José Manuel López López. Two artists with whom he collaborates several times thereafter.

From 1975 onwards, he made "experimental" films, influenced by American structural cinema. In 1977, he participated in Melba4, an avant-garde film magazine. In 1996, he turned to video art and made documentaries on artists such as the poet Michel Bulteau, the writers Dominique Noguez and Jean-Philippe Toussaint or the dancer Didier Théron. -Wikipedia

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  JUSTE AVANT MIDI
1986 / color / sound / single screen / 7' 00 / 23 €
distribution: 16mm
  L'ALPHABET DES ANIMAUX
1984 / color / sound / single screen / 3' 00 / 19 €
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  JAUNE ET BLEU II : LES ILES
1984 / 16mm / color / silent / single screen / 7' 00 / 23 €
distribution: 16mm
  CHRONIQUE ATOPIQUE
1981 / color / silent / single screen / 7' 00 / 23 €
distribution: 16mm
ANDY W
1978 / color / sound / single screen / 8' 00 / 25 €
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  LA PETITE FILLE
1978 / color / sound / single screen / 9' 00 / 28 €
distribution: 16mm