Estelle Artus started her career as video artist in Paris. International group exhibitions include the Brucennial in New York, the Kunsthalle in Basel, the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, the Shchusev State Museum of Architecture in Moscow, and the Korean Culture & Art Foundation in Seoul, plus art galleries Trafic and Video collectif Brigade des Images in Paris.
The following short films ranging from 3 to 11 minutes are owned by art collectors and may be watched upon inquiry at email@example.com
Ring Road I Love Korea and Korea Loves Me
Where it Clicks – with Yuriy Gavrilenko and Darya Zhuk
Sweet Slap (double screen video)
Which Gun for M? (double screen video)
Magic!, Ego, and Madame Rêve, are video installations where films are either projected on multi-plans or enclosed in small spaces thus questioning the position of the viewer and the dynamic of the moving image in space.
Magic! (enclosed screen)
Ego (2 screens encased in furniture)
Madame rêve (2 screens encased in furniture + mechanical spiders)
Other artworks include short films: Deaf and Dangerous, Amour, Gloire et Beauté and Blank, as well as the video installations Video Reader and Echo-Incidences realized in association with Stephane Piannaci.