A mind illusion’s fab for a ritual’s report

The movie title: “would have been my last complaint”
The shell-ter title: “Devil Trap”
From the workshop in India: http://www.new-territories.com/blog/india1/




“ It would have been the last

Leaving my condition unresolved

I would have felt……… this liquid light

Running through my hands

Despite the courage and the fall

Despite the spikes…… the suffering

It would have been my blood

Amidst the stars………. the Aries

It would have been a sign

On the battlefield of my body

And i would have waited for them

Tangled up in desires and abandon

It would have taken my breath

To out throw the lamentation

And when the rain falls tomorrow

It would have trapped……….. my last complaint “

Creative team
Scenario, Camille Lacadee, Francois Roche, [eIf/bʌt/c]
Design process, Computation, Ezio Blasetti
Robotic Design, Special effects, Stephan Henrich
Making-of, Danielle Willems
Sound design, Myrtille Fakhreddine, Devin Jerrigan
Computation, fabrication, construction, Mark-Henry Jean Decrausaz, Cameron David Newnham, Mark Kowalyov,  Javed Godkin Paul de Costa, Peeraya Suphasidh
Cameraman, Suthiwat Yanawiboot
Storyboard, Pim Jular
Model, Props, Pajareeya Suriwong, Nichapatara Swangdecharux
Machinism special design, Cheng Yu Ling
Planning, organization movie, Wachira Leangtanom
Making-of, organization, Pantira Unarat
Assistant historical research, Natreeya Kraichitti
Assistant community negotiation, Lila Tedesco
Assistants production, Arisa Juengsophonvitavas, Papat Jinaphun,  Nicha Laptaveepanya, Nuthapong Jiratiticharoen, Benjawan Lamsa-ard, Tachapol Danaboonchai, Suthata Jiranuntarat, Yanisa Chumpolphaisal, Jenwit Narukatphichai, Permpoon Rojanasakul

Sri Ganapati Vedeshwar, librarian / Elias Tabet, principal Pandrata Circle / Sanjeen SingPawat / Gwyl Jahn

Manjunath & Co, Engineer
Ravi N.Pattegar, Civil Engineer Contractor
It’s a story… of how an illusion is able to create things, signs, research, fragment, assemblage, agencements and finally a shape, an object…. How a line of subjectivation is used as a strategy materializing in the physical world, in the tangible, touchable zone of our environment.
It is an experiment, linked to the study circle existence and contents… how to extract from the multitude of books and knowledge stored in the site, a possibility of substantiation, a possibility of materialization….to reveal what the words contained in them, for their ability to transform the way we negotiate with realities…
The relationship to the location (laterite stone), to the study circle (mainly constituted by philosophical and psychological references), to the owner, mister Vedeshwar…… and his mind… and his own practice of discovering knowledge through enigma, dilemma, signs, esoteric language and times clock gap between solar or lunar calendar based (3mn56s)…which becomes the process to manifest his illusion in the spectrum of the real.
It’s a story of someone, involved in the rereading of the Baghavad gita, its multiple psycho interpretation, about the war between two cousins which could be understood as a personal fight against our own indecision, against our own self-indulgence…. A story of somebody which found the way to extract through signs and mathematical logic a shape, which passes from his mind to a cartography, from a cartography to a 3D object drifting slowly to a real construction at scale 1 by his own enlightening… he is himself becoming a fragment of this construction….on the site where he found the sign, to understand that this indeterminacy structure has the power to help him to renegotiate his own complaint (as the Krishna dialogue with Arjuna). / movie 15mn / Shell-ter 30m2

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