MFA1 - School of Film/Video
After a master's degree in philosophy and linguistics, Sarah Konté entered the Beaux Arts de Paris. There, she developed her installation practice mixing video, photography and sound recordings.
«Ru Da Dé» means «Dodged» in Pular. From this translation, a visual and sound installation was set up. Upon entering this space under the light of a half-blinding spotlight, the visitor is framed by photographic prints on the two side walls of the exhibition room. On the right, a particular spotlight illuminates a portrait, that of Jae, who seems to be dodging the lens and dismayed at having been captured in a photograph.