entro(SCO)py is a video-experience in the depths of a glacier affected by global warming. In the manner of an endoscopic camera probing human organs, the camera-body seeps where man usually has no place, in inaccessible places and weakened by melting. The video evokes both a physical challenge and a reconstructed imaginary experience. His unexpected result broadens the scope of this metaphorical journey, offering the viewer to reinterpret the work from the perspective of ecology.
Marie-France Giraudon creates videos and installations since 1985. She has collaborate with Emmanuel Avenel from 1986 to 2014. Her installations have been shown especially in Europe, including the WRO Media Art Biennale in Poland and Traverse Video festival in France. She was invited by the 20th World Wide Video Festival in the Netherlands to exhibit and screen several works. Her videos Trans(e) Bleu and Circumvisions were shown at an international level and have won awards in Europe and America. Circumvisions won The award of the Artistic Creation for the best work of art and experimentation, from the Council of Arts and Letters of Quebec.