First and foremost, I wanted to draw. After attempting a year of prep in a modern art school in Paris and in a second in Nantes, I came to realize that it wasn’t what really fascinated me. All I wanted for years was to understand and implement the relationship that there can be between sound and graphic art. This is what led me to video editing. I discovered the work of Boards of Canada and the works of David Dean Burkhart. I fell in love with the atmosphere and the sweetness of their videos. I started collecting various rushes and I decided to do something with it. But to do it my way. I started with very dark things and I have learned to adapt to different styles of music afterwards. I still have a preference for video footages from the 60’s, 70’s or the 80’s. Regarding the glitch, I’ve always liked breaking stuff, tearing paper, scribbling… So, from a destruction to another I started to glitch some pictures. I started with browser apps first, then I used photoshop. Now I principally work with an analog set-up and I work to become able to ensure live prestations. Anyway, I’ll continue to make videos for various musical artists and see what’s coming next.
What motivates me the most today is the creation from destruction.
- fu:bar/ – Zagreb, Croatia