Plot Point

Nicolas Provost

2007 | 00:15:00 | Belgium | English | Color | Stereo | 16:9 | HD video

Collection: Single Titles

Tags: Blu-ray, City, Crime or Violence, Film or Videomaking, Memory, Surveillance

The crowded streets of New York City turn into fictive, cinematographic scenery. Provost is playing with our collective memory, its cinematic codes and narrative languages - questioning the boundaries between a staged, suggested reality and authentic fiction. Although filmed with a hidden camera, Plot Point presents a highly dramatic construction with overly sophisticated images and a subtle but tangible urge in the soundtrack. The meticulousness with which Provost shoots and edits the images and sounds make Plot Point the perfect trailer for dramatized experience in our daily life, an ordinary walk on the street will never be the same again.

Note: This title is intended by the artist to be viewed in High Definition. While DVD format is available to enable accessibility, VDB recommends presentation on Blu-ray or HD digital file.

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Prizes + Awards

Honorable Mention, WRO 2009 Biennale in Poland

Audio VIsual Festival Award, Zemos98, Sevilla, March 22, 2009


Exhibitions + Festivals

49th New York Film Festival, Views from the Avant-Garde, 2011

Haunch of Venison, November 30 2010-January 29 2011

Migrating Forms Festival of Film and Video, 2011

Seattle Art Museum, Nicolas Provost: Selected Works, September 16 2009-February 28, 2010

Zemos98, Sevilla, 2009

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