I am a French researcher and filmmaker. I am currently preparing a PhD at the research-creation program SACRe at the Ecole normale supérieure de Paris (PSL University). I also teach film studies at Université Paris 8.
My research takes different forms (texts, films, video installations and live performances) and explores the intersections between cinema and online media. I am particularly interested in questions related to modes of spectatorship, gestures of appropriation and mediated memory.
My short film The Burrow (2015) has shown at over fifteen international film festivals and won six awards. More recent works include They Eye was in the Tomb and stared at Daney (2017), My Crush was a Superstar (2017), READING//BINGING//BENNING (2018), Flânerie 2.0 (2019) and Watching the Pain of Others (2019). They have shown at festivals and venues such as the Rotterdam International Film Festival (NL), the Festival Premiers Plans d’Angers (FR), the Ars Electronica Festival (AT), the London Essay Film Festival (UK), IMPAKT Festival (NL), the Belfast Film Festival (IE), the Austrian Film Museum (AT) and the Museum of the Moving Image (US). Since 2018 I was awarded a residency at m-cult (FI) through the European Media Art Platform (EMAP), an ‘Art of Nonfiction’ Grant from the Sundance Institute (US), a Research Grant from the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz (DE) and the Eurimages Lab Project Award at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival (CZ).
Full CV available here.