THIS FILM HAS NO SUBTITLES YET, THEY ARE COMING SOON! Teri Wehn Damisch has made a great many films on art: André Kertesz, Gisèle Freund, Umberto Eco, Michael Snow, and more. With Jacqueline Salmon, the signature is recognizable: finesse, intelligence tinged with humour, and friendship. Jacqueline Salmon is a friendship fused with the frisson of knowledge. Throughout the film she reveals the forces that run through her. Dance, landscape, and her near-death experience are all hidden mechanisms of her work, enamoured with life, air, light.
What you will find in this film
Photographic writing • The photographers' dance • Shooting in a square medium format • Photographic portraits • Reflections on the city and the places • A way to approach the territory • A vision inspired by architecture • A masked autobiography
05:00 The body struggling with perspective
10:00 On the trail of Maxime Du Camp
15:00 Projects and social issues
20:00 What are our mistakes?
25:00 The issue of deportation and exile
28:00 Portraits of the artist
40:00 Collection of objects
42:00 The direction of the winds
48:00 Life and the eye after death