On top of a builiding, in the heart of Brussels city, is the PARKING 58; a place for cars or antique machines, which becomes a place of representation: an outdoor stage for artists and a promenade for visitors willing to enjoy the view, chill out or maybe make some images. These different bodies are coming together in a hasardous and mimetic choreography. The film proposes to experience simultaneously the sounds (in & out) of machines, movement and beating of the corpses and the life and death of the image. The machine, the corpse and the image, three entities which seem to be caught in a game where each one is taking over the other… Until the image may render the corpse obsolete as its fascinating destruction reveals its essential body, outside of the tool.
(text written by L.L and Salomé Laloux-Bard)
with Salomé Laloux-bard and lise, Amina and Khader voices
2013 (noon reel)