The Walk conveys an atmosphere more than a landscape; it is not a tracking shot, but rather the study of a motion on the spot, a close-up, an introspection, a game with time and space, a poetical breach…
Mathurin Bolze picks up the thread of his wanderings in a wheel whose possibilities he hasn’t finished exploring. He roams among the words of Frédéric Gros, following the rhythm of his introduction to La Petite Bibliothèque du marcheur (a philosophy of walking), or to the sound of Erik Satie’s Gnossiennes. He rolls around aimlessly, seemingly floating in the air, unfolding time, from a ramble to a mad dash.
Crédits photo : Geoffray Chantelot
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