Aurélien Froment

Aurélien Froment
Pulmo Marina, 2010, variable formats, 5 minutes 10 seconds with sound. Courtesy of the artist, Motive Gallery and Marcelle Alix
Dublin-based French artist Aurélien Froment investigates objects and our relationship to them in analytical detail. Often borrowing from theatrical or cinematic conventions, his films weave fact and fiction with unusual narrative devices.

Screening events presented in association with the ICA with support from The Foyle Foundation (


Opening Speech, 2011, 5 min
Fondation, 2002, 2 min
The Apse, the Bell and the Antelope, 2005, 27 min
Pulmo Marina, 2010, 5 min
Fourdrinier Machine Interlude, 2010, 7 min
Théâtre de poche, 2007, 12 min
Camillo's Idea, 2012, 25 min