Audi Talents Awards & its winners
Last week, Audi Talents Awards supported again DDays Festival from 1 to 7 June, 2015, in Paris. The program Audi Talents Awards distinguished this year 5 artists: the duo Florent & Romain Bodart (for Music to the image section), Magali Magistry (for Short film section), Bertrand Dezoteux (for Contemporary art section) and Isabelle Daëron (for Design section).
These two brothers Florent & Romain Bodart have created a duo called Idioma in 2008 and have since made clips and were even able to perform live. The mix between music and sound design is an adventure for them. They presented for the event two interpretations of Audi films.
Magali Magistry always works on documentaries and experimental films in several countries of the world and she directed two short Iceland and Brazil. She presented the Expire’s project which involves the viewers in the future with the use of special effects.
Bertrand Dezoteux usually uses 3D modeling software to create populated contemporary accounts of hybrid creatures subject to the speeds and disorders of the program. For this competition he presented the Mars 500 project which is totally different from his previous projects. Indeed, it is an installation, a space capsule as a space for a film studio and museum.
Isabelle Daëron – graduated of the Higher School of Art and Design of Reims – presented the project the tropics or the utopian desire to live feeds. With this project she wondered how to design devices that take advantage of natural resources on their place of production in order to minimize the processing steps.
The Audi Talents Awards has shown once again that they always distinguished artists who have poetic and contemporary approaches.