A trilogy started at the end of the 90s with "Envers", film on the back of the speech, on the relationship between saying and saying, with Lacan's formula:
"Let it be said remains forgotten behind what is said in what is heard". On this logic of opposites and on the dictatorship of the signifier, on the structure of language.
The second part is dedicated to the image, that of the cave of Lascaux, that of the self-portrait ..., to its difficulty of existence, its status, its importance.
The third part is dedicated to writing, its conception and its birth. That of the letter; hence the being.
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Patrice Kirchhofer's films in Light Cone's catalogue