Le puits, la passerelle et la terre...

film directed by Guillaume Robert
bermuda, Sergy, 35'
December 2022

LE PUITS, LA PASSERELLE ET LA TERRE..., film by Guillaume Robert

Shot in October 2022 in Bermuda during the workshop Une grenouille au fond du puits, proposed by Albert Muda to students of Head (Geneva), ECAL (Lausanne) and EDHEA (Sierre), with Malo Berrette, Tim Bernard, Maxime Bondu, Mathilde Chénin, Maya Corboud, Marcia Domenjoz, Léa Gaze, Fanny Hugot-Conte, Loriane Isler, Kim Lang, Luana La Rosa, Guillaume Robert, Léo Schweiger and Virgile Tinarrage.

In 2022, Documents d'artistes Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes is producing a series of filmed portraits of artists thanks to the support of the Ministry of Culture. Within this framework, Guillaume Robert is invited to make two new films with members of collective places located in the Ain: Montagne Magique in Hauteville and Bermuda in Sergy. The place of production, research and diffusion bermuda was co-founded by the artists Max Bondu, Mathilde Chénin and Guillaume Robert, by the curator Bénédicte Le Pimpec and by the computer engineer Julien Griffit.

Director, shooting and editing: Guillaume Robert
Camera 2: Maya Corboud
Sound recording: Maya Corboud and Fanny Hugot-Conte
Production: Documents d'artistes Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, with the support of the Ministry of Culture within the framework of the fund of assistance to the captation and to the alternative diffusions. In partnership with the Réseau documents d'artistes and Bermuda.

In addition

bermuda is a place of production, research and diffusion in contemporary arts, located in the town of Sergy, in the Ain. It was founded by Max Bondu, Mathilde Chénin, Julien Griffit, Bénédicte Le Pimpec and Guillaume Robert.
In addition to providing its members with spaces and professional tools for creation, the association bermuda develops an artistic project based on residencies, companionships and workshops. Each of the proposals is thus thought in an endogenous way starting from the stakes which are those of the place and the team at the time when they are formulated.
Composed of individual and shared work spaces, under a 1300 m2 roof, the building that houses these activities was designed by the ACTM studio (Thomas Mouillon and Adrien Cuny) and self-built between 2018 and 2021 by the bermuda team. In 2021, bermuda won the Équerre d'argent award in the category of First Architectural Work.