Sculpting Vibration

Canada / 2022 / Documentation / 08:55 min

In a brief encounter with Bernard Bosa, a seasoned practitioner of vibratory concerts in Quebec for over a decade, he shares his journey and passion for incorporating didgeridoos into his vibratory practice. Bernard sheds light on the concept of vibration and its significance. He explores the multifaceted applications of vibration and its purpose in his work. Through his insights, we gain a deeper understanding of the profound effects and possibilities that vibrations offer in enhancing our well-being and spiritual experiences.
Friday, 25.08. 18:00
Block 9

Film maker
Felippe Martin

Felippe is a Colombian filmmaker who has been working in Quebec City since 2012. He is a graduate of Concordia University (Canada), as wellas Septima Ars (Spain). As a director of photography his work is manifold, ranging from animal documentaries to dance films and fictional or documentary series shot around the globe. As a director his work revolves around questions of identity, notions of ritualism and sacredness. His artistic approach is defined by a very intimate documentary style, that often becomes socially engaged and ethnographic. Felippe est un cinéaste originaire de la Colombie, qui œuvre à Québec depuis 2012. Il est diplômé de l’Université Concordia (Canada), ainsi que de l’école Septima Ars (Espagne). En tant que directeur photo sont travail est très varié, allant du documentaire animalier aux films de danse et aux séries de fiction ou documentaires tournés autour du globe. En tant que réalisateur, son travail s’articule autour des questions identitaires, des notions de rituels et de sacré. Sa démarche artistique se définit par une approche documentaire à caractère intime, social et parfois ethnographique.