A film by Alyssa Verbizh, Myrha Verbizh and Thomas Lallier
26', 2006 (Mirage illimité)
Barely 30 years old, Quentin Garel has created a unique style through his use of the chainsaw.
Disproportionate skulls cast in iron or carved in wood; duck, goose or rabbit heads mounted on papier mâché mannequin legs: these strange figures – or “trophies” – contain an examination of our relationship to the animals of consumption and the blurry border that exists between man and animal.
- Festival International du Film sur les Métiers d'Art, Montreuil (France) 2016
- Rencontres du Film d'Art, Saint-Gaudens (France) 2017