received his National Diploma in Visual Arts in 2014 at the EMA
Fructidor, an art school situated in the city of Chalon-sur-Saône. He quickly
developed an interest in video and animation, which together made him begin to question
his own reality. He has participated in several festivals, namely the Sosh aime les inRocks Lab
video production contest, where he took the Special Prize for his work Journal.
has a master’s degree in film and audiovisual research, which he received in 2015 at the Panthéon-Sorbonne university in Paris. His training led him
to become a VJ (Video Jockey) and to examine the relational aspects that make up today’s images. He also uses his time to create clips for different artists, notably Lëster
, with whom he collaborates regularly.
Damien and Pablo started working together at an early age, and developed common interests, ranging from classical cinema to Internet culture and video games, all thanks to a small film club called the Cinemaclachlan
The world inside Reflet is a narrative space as well as a contemplative one. It functions as a perpetual, mechanical, and digital unit, in which the characters evolve according to planned, repetitive actions. The perception of time is different inside Reflet and can be approached in two differents ways : stopping in on occasion, or staying connected for long periods of time to observe.
The relational element is also important in Reflet. The exchanging of ideas and the carrying out of discussions between users in regards to characters, places and music, or one’s own experience in general, is an important part of the project. In short, users are building a connection between the digital world of Reflet and the real world of human interaction.
Reflet was in the Hors Pistes 2015 Festival
programmation in the Centre Pompidou.