Louidgi Beltrame

Marseilles, France (1971)

Louidgi Beltrame’s work is based on documenting modes of human organisation throughout the history of the 20th century. He travels to sites defined by a paradigmatic relation to modernity: Hiroshima, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia, Chandigarh, Chernobyl or the mining colony of Gunkanjima, in the sea off Nagasaki. His films — based on the recording of reality and the constitution of an archive — appeal to fiction as a possible way to consider History. Selected exhibitions include Artists & Architects in Frac Centre Collections curated by Marie-Ange Brayer 2014; Ghost Architectures, Auditorium du Louvre in conversation with Catherine David 2013; Sharjah Biennial 11, film programme curated by Apichatpong Weerasthakul 2013; Mutatis Mutandis, Secession, Vienna, curated by Catherine David 2012; Cinelândia, Jousse Entreprise gallery, Paris 2012; Numero Tres, de la casa a la fabrica, La Virreina, Barcelona, curated by P. Beausse & P. Cassagnau 2012.

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