Perhaps did you came across these enigmatic posters between August 12 and 26 in Besançon, France ? A beautifully drawn surprise, to be enjoyed by day… and especially by night!
The most curious among you may have come close : by day, a mysterious white circle on a black background… Which reveals at night, in the light of backlighting, a confined moon and its inhabitant. A visual break as we love them, proposed by the french artist Vincent Broquaire.
In addition to the backlit posters that reveals at dusk, an animated version was also to be discovered in Besançon’s digital panels.
This summer artistic action is proposed following the cancellation of the 2020 edition of the Bien Urbain festival, which will celebrate its 10th edition from 4 to 20 June 2021 in Besançon.
Silkscreen printed posters at Lézard Graphique in Brumath (67).
Thanks to the City of Besançon for the provision of the poster spaces.
Vincent Broquaire’s work develops around drawings, animated films, websites, video installations and books. Through his sequenced drawings and animations, he likes to make his characters play with structures, from fake touch screens to the folding of heritage buildings. He formulates relationships between nature and new technologies, at the center of which the human being often imposes himself as the big decision-maker.
Pierre-Antoine Boillon, Chloé Cura, David Demougeot