This video proposes the allegory of a social drift with all the power of romantic fascination that it can evoke. It is about a meeting between two young people, formatted by a culture of success, both embodying a nihilistic and dematerialized vision of the society. –Pointligneplan
Philippe Terrier-Hermann was born in 1970 in France. After studying at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Amsterdam Rijksakademie he lived in Rome (Villa Medici) in Paris, Tokyo (Villa Medicis Hors les Murs), Buenos Aires and Bangkok to conceive a variety work in the form of photos or videos. Since 2000 he has exhibited in C.N.P. in Paris Museum voor Fotografie in Antwerp, Galerie Poller Frankfurt, home to Brussels and Gregory Centre d’art contemporain de Castres, The Laundry in Boulogne-Billancourt, the Triennale
Prague and the Busan Biennale in South Korea. His films were projected during the evenings at The pointligneplan fémis and the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris.. Some are also part of the collections of the National Modern Art Museum. He has published four books: Twilight & Romans, International, 106 Japanese beauties and 93 Dutch beauties.