En attendant Bárðarbunga
by François Quévillon
Country : Quebec
Year : 2015
Language : without dialogues
Runtime : 120 min
Platform : Installation
Website : http://Francois-Quevillon.com
Production : François Quévillon
Artistic direction : François Quévillon
Technical direction : François Quévillon, Sean Wood, Louis Commère
Sound : François Quévillon
CONTACT
François Quévillon
contact@francois-quevillon.com
UXdoc

Opening Hours:
November 12-22: from 11AM to 8PM*
*Special hours for November 13, 15, 17, 18: 11AM to 6PM
Director François Quévillon will be present on November 14 from 11 AM to 1 PM

The uncontrollable and eerily beautiful volcano is inseparable from its iconic lava flows. But what about the geothermal signals that precede the violent jets of molten rock, and the human ability to warn people about eruptions? Multidisciplinary artist François Quévillon was near the Icelandic volcano Bárðarbunga when seismic signs started to appear in August 2014. He set out to record the phenomena that were observable on the landscape while waiting for the eruption (fumaroles, boiling mud pools, as well as monitoring devices). Presented as an installation, the sequence of videos changes based on a probabilistic system linked to data coming from the sensors of the computer showing them, eloquently underlining the instability of the environment.

Come meet the artist: November 14 at 11AM (free with ticket to the UXdoc Space)

Presented in collaboration with UQAM

Screening - Rencontrez l’artiste / Meet the artist

Director or member of the crew will be attending

14 Nov
11H00
Cinémathèque québécoise - Salle Norman McLaren (Salle UXdoc)