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Lionel Estève

The works follow the life of a successful film star, revealing her increasing alienation in a role both glamorized and patronized by society. After being forced into show business by her family, she spends her time between studios and disastrous love affairs, and feels more and more dissatisfied. Featuring Smita Patil’s moving portrayal of an unconventional and fascinating actor, Bhumika is a masterful work by Shyam Benegal. Based on the life of 40s Marathi stage actor Hansa Wadkar, this film is a fine study of feminism, male gaze, and the price one has to pay for personal freedom. Organized by curator Pierre Bal-Blanc, the experimental architectural program “Project Phalanstère” consisted of a series of site-specific artworks in the Parisian suburbs. Taking place from 2003 to 2014, these projects developed a creative space extended in time. Here, in contrast with the duration of the work schedule, in which one task follows another, the simultaneity of life’s forces asserted its rhythm. Some works exceeded the conventional time and space of an exhibition: Lionel Estève’s myope et amnésique (2005), for example, was conceived to be larger than any one viewer can see; through the displacement of existing objects, both Cyprien Gaillard and Lois Weinberger reflected upon permanence

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