SCB2019_artists_Momoko_Sete

PLANET ∞ (2017) 
VR work
7' 00''
Courtesy of the artist

PLANET ∞ is an organic tale in Virtual Reality set in a near future in which humans have become extinct. In a world in ruins, only fungi and mold grow in the middle of gigantic dried insects bodies. When a weather change occurs, rain irrigates the arid planet and floods it gradually. In the flood waters an ecosystem immerges, populated by giant carnivorous tadpoles engaged in strange doings.


BIO

Momoko Seto was born in Tokyo in 1980. She went to Tokyo’s French High School and then came to France to study fine arts at the École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts of Marseille and the Studio National des Arts Contemporains of Le Fresnoy. She works at the French CNRS (National Centre of Scientific Research) as a director and at the same time she also works on personal experimental films combining different techniques to create an original and poetic world based on everyday life elements.

Momoko Seto has directed a number of  short films and documentaries that have been selected in several festivals worldwide. Her work  “PLANET ∞ (2017)” received the Audi Short Film Award at Berlinale in 2015. She lives and works in France.

PLANET ∞ (2017) 
VR work
7' 00''
Courtesy of the artist

PLANET ∞ is an organic tale in Virtual Reality set in a near future in which humans have become extinct. In a world in ruins, only fungi and mold grow in the middle of gigantic dried insects bodies. When a weather change occurs, rain irrigates the arid planet and floods it gradually. In the flood waters an ecosystem immerges, populated by giant carnivorous tadpoles engaged in strange doings.


BIO

Momoko Seto was born in Tokyo in 1980. She went to Tokyo’s French High School and then came to France to study fine arts at the École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts of Marseille and the Studio National des Arts Contemporains of Le Fresnoy. She works at the French CNRS (National Centre of Scientific Research) as a director and at the same time she also works on personal experimental films combining different techniques to create an original and poetic world based on everyday life elements.

Momoko Seto has directed a number of  short films and documentaries that have been selected in several festivals worldwide. Her work  “PLANET ∞ (2017)” received the Audi Short Film Award at Berlinale in 2015. She lives and works in France.

PLANET ∞ (2017) 
VR work
7' 00''
Courtesy of the artist

PLANET ∞ is an organic tale in Virtual Reality set in a near future in which humans have become extinct. In a world in ruins, only fungi and mold grow in the middle of gigantic dried insects bodies. When a weather change occurs, rain irrigates the arid planet and floods it gradually. In the flood waters an ecosystem immerges, populated by giant carnivorous tadpoles engaged in strange doings.


BIO

Momoko Seto was born in Tokyo in 1980. She went to Tokyo’s French High School and then came to France to study fine arts at the École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts of Marseille and the Studio National des Arts Contemporains of Le Fresnoy. She works at the French CNRS (National Centre of Scientific Research) as a director and at the same time she also works on personal experimental films combining different techniques to create an original and poetic world based on everyday life elements.

Momoko Seto has directed a number of  short films and documentaries that have been selected in several festivals worldwide. Her work  “PLANET ∞ (2017)” received the Audi Short Film Award at Berlinale in 2015. She lives and works in France.

PLANET ∞ (2017) 
VR work
7' 00''
Courtesy of the artist

PLANET ∞ is an organic tale in Virtual Reality set in a near future in which humans have become extinct. In a world in ruins, only fungi and mold grow in the middle of gigantic dried insects bodies. When a weather change occurs, rain irrigates the arid planet and floods it gradually. In the flood waters an ecosystem immerges, populated by giant carnivorous tadpoles engaged in strange doings.


BIO

Momoko Seto was born in Tokyo in 1980. She went to Tokyo’s French High School and then came to France to study fine arts at the École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts of Marseille and the Studio National des Arts Contemporains of Le Fresnoy. She works at the French CNRS (National Centre of Scientific Research) as a director and at the same time she also works on personal experimental films combining different techniques to create an original and poetic world based on everyday life elements.

Momoko Seto has directed a number of  short films and documentaries that have been selected in several festivals worldwide. Her work  “PLANET ∞ (2017)” received the Audi Short Film Award at Berlinale in 2015. She lives and works in France.

PLANET ∞ (2017) 
VR work
7' 00''
Courtesy of the artist

PLANET ∞ is an organic tale in Virtual Reality set in a near future in which humans have become extinct. In a world in ruins, only fungi and mold grow in the middle of gigantic dried insects bodies. When a weather change occurs, rain irrigates the arid planet and floods it gradually. In the flood waters an ecosystem immerges, populated by giant carnivorous tadpoles engaged in strange doings.


BIO

Momoko Seto was born in Tokyo in 1980. She went to Tokyo’s French High School and then came to France to study fine arts at the École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts of Marseille and the Studio National des Arts Contemporains of Le Fresnoy. She works at the French CNRS (National Centre of Scientific Research) as a director and at the same time she also works on personal experimental films combining different techniques to create an original and poetic world based on everyday life elements.

Momoko Seto has directed a number of  short films and documentaries that have been selected in several festivals worldwide. Her work  “PLANET ∞ (2017)” received the Audi Short Film Award at Berlinale in 2015. She lives and works in France.

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