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Nicolas CLAUSS

Visual artist, lives and works in Marseille, France. 

 

Nicolas Clauss has decided to shift from painting in 2000 to use mainly video and programming. His installations and paintings of a new kind are generative, non-static artworks, in a constant "rewriting".

The Nicolas Clauss's approach never stops questioning, in some sort of visual and choreographic anthropology, human reality by inventing other ways of exploration of moving image.

 

His artworks for which he received more than ten prizes are exhibited in Tokyo, Seoul, Sydney, Kuala Lumpur, Mexico City, Boston, New York, Toronto, Venice...

Endless Portrait - Wayne, NYC 2014
Endless Portrait - Wayne, NYC 2014

2014/2017- Random videographies Between photography and video, this series of portraits in motion of a new genre explores the extension of images through time - eternally expanding moments. These portraits have neither beginning nor end and replay indefinitely, according to a generative writing, consisting only of a few seconds of film. The random tremble of the image and the durability of the looks which fix us install the confusion. Photo credit © Nicolas Clauss, Adagp Paris 2019

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Endless Portrait - Girl, Hanoï 2016
Endless Portrait - Girl, Hanoï 2016

2014/2017- Random videographies Between photography and video, this series of portraits in motion of a new genre explores the extension of images through time - eternally expanding moments. These portraits have neither beginning nor end and replay indefinitely, according to a generative writing, consisting only of a few seconds of film. The random tremble of the image and the durability of the looks which fix us install the confusion. Photo credit © Nicolas Clauss, Adagp Paris 2019

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Endless Portrait - Denis, Paris 2016
Endless Portrait - Denis, Paris 2016

2014/2017- Random videographies Between photography and video, this series of portraits in motion of a new genre explores the extension of images through time - eternally expanding moments. These portraits have neither beginning nor end and replay indefinitely, according to a generative writing, consisting only of a few seconds of film. The random tremble of the image and the durability of the looks which fix us install the confusion. Photo credit © Nicolas Clauss, Adagp Paris 2019

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Endless Portrait - Eva, Modica 2014
Endless Portrait - Eva, Modica 2014

2014/2017- Random videographies Between photography and video, this series of portraits in motion of a new genre explores the extension of images through time - eternally expanding moments. These portraits have neither beginning nor end and replay indefinitely, according to a generative writing, consisting only of a few seconds of film. The random tremble of the image and the durability of the looks which fix us install the confusion. Photo credit © Nicolas Clauss, Adagp Paris 2019

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Endless Portrait - Mother and Kid...
Endless Portrait - Mother and Kid...

2014/2017- Random videographies Between photography and video, this series of portraits in motion of a new genre explores the extension of images through time - eternally expanding moments. These portraits have neither beginning nor end and replay indefinitely, according to a generative writing, consisting only of a few seconds of film. The random tremble of the image and the durability of the looks which fix us install the confusion. Photo credit © Nicolas Clauss, Adagp Paris 2019

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Endless Portrait - the Astrologer...
Endless Portrait - the Astrologer...

2014/2017- Random videographies Between photography and video, this series of portraits in motion of a new genre explores the extension of images through time - eternally expanding moments. These portraits have neither beginning nor end and replay indefinitely, according to a generative writing, consisting only of a few seconds of film. The random tremble of the image and the durability of the looks which fix us install the confusion. Photo credit © Nicolas Clauss, Adagp Paris 2019

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Endless Portrait - Man, Beijing 2015
Endless Portrait - Man, Beijing 2015

2014/2017- Random videographies Between photography and video, this series of portraits in motion of a new genre explores the extension of images through time - eternally expanding moments. These portraits have neither beginning nor end and replay indefinitely, according to a generative writing, consisting only of a few seconds of film. The random tremble of the image and the durability of the looks which fix us install the confusion. Photo credit © Nicolas Clauss, Adagp Paris 2019

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Endless Portrait - Kinsley, Aix 2016
Endless Portrait - Kinsley, Aix 2016

2014/2017- Random videographies Between photography and video, this series of portraits in motion of a new genre explores the extension of images through time - eternally expanding moments. These portraits have neither beginning nor end and replay indefinitely, according to a generative writing, consisting only of a few seconds of film. The random tremble of the image and the durability of the looks which fix us install the confusion. Photo credit © Nicolas Clauss, Adagp Paris 2019

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Endless Portrait Model, Beijing 2015
Endless Portrait Model, Beijing 2015

2014/2017- Random videographies Between photography and video, this series of portraits in motion of a new genre explores the extension of images through time - eternally expanding moments. These portraits have neither beginning nor end and replay indefinitely, according to a generative writing, consisting only of a few seconds of film. The random tremble of the image and the durability of the looks which fix us install the confusion. Photo credit © Nicolas Clauss, Adagp Paris 2019

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