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© Pascal Lièvre, Don’t Kill Britney, 2008

Pascal Lièvre: Not your same old songs

Online Programming

Friday, September 25, 2020, 2pm
Film POP

Free streaming



Curator : Karine Boulanger

Vidéographe,  Film POP and Art POP have the pleasure to present Pascal Lièvre: Not your same old songs a curated selection of music videos by the artist Pascal Lièvre.

In his work, Lièvre appropriates and subverts pop music with political intent, addressing subjects such as race, queer identity, political violence and post-colonialism. The lyrics are sometimes replaced by philosophical or political texts (La race n’existe pas, Abba Mao, Lacan Dalida).

Elsewhere, images are given whole new meaning through their juxtaposition with pop songs (Putin, Savoir aimer, Don’t Kill Britney). The results are at once funny and troubling. The program ends with Totem und Tabu, an original performance by the queer Shaman Michael Dudeck that closes with these words: “The struggle is not over”… 

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PROGRAM (45 min)

  • Don’t Kill Britney, 2008, 3 min 43 s
  • Abba Mao, 2001, 4 min 30 s
  • Patriotic, Pascal Lièvre et Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay, France-Canada, 2005, 4 min 03 s
  • Axis of Evil, Pascal Lièvre, 2003, 5 min 45 s
  • Putin / Poutine, 2007, 2 min 16
  • Teach Me How to Love, 2004, 1 min 45 s, vosta
  • Lacan Dalida, 2000, 6 min
  • The Eternal Return, 2012, 3 min 27 s
  • Race does not exist, 2017, 3 min
  • Totem und Tabu, 2014, 10 min 10 s

 

BIOGRAPHY
Pascal Lièvre lives and works in Paris. Considered a multidisciplinary artist, he is known for his paintings and videos. His single-channel videos have been shown in national and international festivals. For ten years, his paintings has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions. In 2003, his video installation 22 portraits d’inconnus was shown at the Musée Antoine Lécuyer St Quentin at the event Le musée revisité. lievre.fr

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image couleur, un homme torse nu cri dans les bois

© Pascal Lièvre, Don’t Kill Britney, 2008

Pascal Lièvre: Not your same old songs

Online Programming

Friday, September 25, 2020, 2pm
Film POP

Free streaming



Curator : Karine Boulanger

Vidéographe,  Film POP and Art POP have the pleasure to present Pascal Lièvre: Not your same old songs a curated selection of music videos by the artist Pascal Lièvre.

In his work, Lièvre appropriates and subverts pop music with political intent, addressing subjects such as race, queer identity, political violence and post-colonialism. The lyrics are sometimes replaced by philosophical or political texts (La race n’existe pas, Abba Mao, Lacan Dalida).

Elsewhere, images are given whole new meaning through their juxtaposition with pop songs (Putin, Savoir aimer, Don’t Kill Britney). The results are at once funny and troubling. The program ends with Totem und Tabu, an original performance by the queer Shaman Michael Dudeck that closes with these words: “The struggle is not over”… 

Access to the program[+]

 

PROGRAM (45 min)

  • Don’t Kill Britney, 2008, 3 min 43 s
  • Abba Mao, 2001, 4 min 30 s
  • Patriotic, Pascal Lièvre et Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay, France-Canada, 2005, 4 min 03 s
  • Axis of Evil, Pascal Lièvre, 2003, 5 min 45 s
  • Putin / Poutine, 2007, 2 min 16
  • Teach Me How to Love, 2004, 1 min 45 s, vosta
  • Lacan Dalida, 2000, 6 min
  • The Eternal Return, 2012, 3 min 27 s
  • Race does not exist, 2017, 3 min
  • Totem und Tabu, 2014, 10 min 10 s

 

BIOGRAPHY
Pascal Lièvre lives and works in Paris. Considered a multidisciplinary artist, he is known for his paintings and videos. His single-channel videos have been shown in national and international festivals. For ten years, his paintings has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions. In 2003, his video installation 22 portraits d’inconnus was shown at the Musée Antoine Lécuyer St Quentin at the event Le musée revisité. lievre.fr

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image couleur, un homme torse nu cri dans les bois

© Pascal Lièvre, Don’t Kill Britney, 2008

Pascal Lièvre: Not your same old songs

Online Programming

Friday, September 25, 2020, 2pm
Film POP

Free streaming



Curator : Karine Boulanger

Vidéographe,  Film POP and Art POP have the pleasure to present Pascal Lièvre: Not your same old songs a curated selection of music videos by the artist Pascal Lièvre.

In his work, Lièvre appropriates and subverts pop music with political intent, addressing subjects such as race, queer identity, political violence and post-colonialism. The lyrics are sometimes replaced by philosophical or political texts (La race n’existe pas, Abba Mao, Lacan Dalida).

Elsewhere, images are given whole new meaning through their juxtaposition with pop songs (Putin, Savoir aimer, Don’t Kill Britney). The results are at once funny and troubling. The program ends with Totem und Tabu, an original performance by the queer Shaman Michael Dudeck that closes with these words: “The struggle is not over”… 

Access to the program[+]

 

PROGRAM (45 min)

  • Don’t Kill Britney, 2008, 3 min 43 s
  • Abba Mao, 2001, 4 min 30 s
  • Patriotic, Pascal Lièvre et Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay, France-Canada, 2005, 4 min 03 s
  • Axis of Evil, Pascal Lièvre, 2003, 5 min 45 s
  • Putin / Poutine, 2007, 2 min 16
  • Teach Me How to Love, 2004, 1 min 45 s, vosta
  • Lacan Dalida, 2000, 6 min
  • The Eternal Return, 2012, 3 min 27 s
  • Race does not exist, 2017, 3 min
  • Totem und Tabu, 2014, 10 min 10 s

 

BIOGRAPHY
Pascal Lièvre lives and works in Paris. Considered a multidisciplinary artist, he is known for his paintings and videos. His single-channel videos have been shown in national and international festivals. For ten years, his paintings has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions. In 2003, his video installation 22 portraits d’inconnus was shown at the Musée Antoine Lécuyer St Quentin at the event Le musée revisité. lievre.fr

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