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Seen at the Living Festival: Copy-Cloner by Louis Rigaud

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Copier-cloner, this short animated film by Louis Rigaud was presented as part of the Living Festival which was held on September 18 and 19 in Paris. This original creation makes, with a squeaky black humour, the analogy between consumer society, the stakes of biotechnologies and... our family PC.
 
Through the example of the (over)production of cows, this film humorously tackles intensive breeding, cloning, GMOs and patenting via the interface of a computer desktop with folders, files, but also alert windows indicating lack of green space or virus infection. When the possibilities of perfect reproduction of the computer move into the world of the living...
 
Copy-Cloner by Louis Rigaud (3'19'')
 
 
 
About the director:
LOUIS RIGAUD

Graduated from the Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg in 2009, Louis Rigaud works freelance in multimedia creation and illustration. He likes to appropriate different media: books, animated images, the web, video games... and to play with the constraints of these different media. He is more and more oriented towards multimedia projects, crossing paper and digital, book and screen.
Its production often has an educational dimension, both for children (youth edition) and for adults (popularization of science or culture), mixing a playful approach and interactivity. As an illustrator, animator or director, he has participated in several animated short films, for media such as Arte or Universcience.tv. He is the author-illustrator of six books published by Hélium and Flammarion. His website : ludocube.fr

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