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Open Studio: TOMÁS CORTÉS-ROSSELOT

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Konstepidemins gästkonstnär Tomás Cortés-Rosselot har öppen ateljé i samband med Epidemilördag 25 november, 12.00 – 16.00

Tomás Cortés-Rosselot was born in Chile and now lives in Panama. Tomás Cortés-Rosselot is a photographer, and started filming documentaries and experimental videos at the age of 14. Now at 27, he has studied cinematography at the Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2010, during his studies, he founded ALFRED, a handmade 35mm film brand, which adapts motion picture film to still photography and is present both in Argentina and Panama. Tomás currently works as Director of Photography for Feature Films, Documentaries and Art Videos at ANIMAL, a Panama-based film collective.

”Through my work, I seek to apply estrangement to the daily things. Estrangement turns the known into unknown. It attempts to break with the automatic, daily systems, resetting the gaze over the routine. I portray people, places and situations in an estranged way to point out their accustomed indifference to their surroundings as we reflect about our dailiness and conformity.”

 

 

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Visit Guest Artist Tomás Cortés-Rosselot in an open studio event at Konstepidemin Saturday November 25th, 12.00 – 16.00

Tomás Cortés-Rosselot was born in Chile and now lives in Panama. Tomás Cortés-Rosselot is a photographer, and started filming documentaries and experimental videos at the age of 14. Now at 27, he has studied cinematography at the Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2010, during his studies, he founded ALFRED, a handmade 35mm film brand, which adapts motion picture film to still photography and is present both in Argentina and Panama. Tomás currently works as Director of Photography for Feature Films, Documentaries and Art Videos at ANIMAL, a Panama-based film collective.

”Through my work, I seek to apply estrangement to the daily things. Estrangement turns the known into unknown. It attempts to break with the automatic, daily systems, resetting the gaze over the routine. I portray people, places and situations in an estranged way to point out their accustomed indifference to their surroundings as we reflect about our dailiness and conformity.”

 

 

More information about Tomás Cortés-Rosselot