PARADOR is a collaborative project by Paris-based architect David Tajchman and  filmmaker Benjamin Seroussi that fuses each of their signature styles and specialties. Starring dancer Olivier Mathieu and model Katya Pushkina, the short film's theme touches on the "complex rules of attraction and repulsion that end up creating energy, shape evolution, and anti-gravity," as mentioned on Tajchman's website.

Seroussi's experience in fashion film and music videos is obvious in PARADOR, which uses strong angles and slow-paced panning techniques seen in high-end fashion ads on TV. Mathieu and Pushkina, in all their conventionally attractive physical features, are decoratively armored in tetrahedral structures as they dance and pose around each other like two birds engaged in a courtship display. The futuristic structures they wear — which Tajchman and the design team created — hint at Tajchman's work methods of using digital tools and handcrafted models.

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Actu15 décembre 2014

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Mercredi dernier a eu lieu la 19e édition des soirées *di*/zaïn consacrée à la culture japonaise. Cette soirée faisait écho à l’exposition que le Grand Palais consacre actuellement à Katsushika Hokusai, peut-être l’artiste japonais le plus célèbre à travers le monde. Cette édition aura marqué par la (re-)découverte de la culture nippone au travers de nombreux prismes (danse, photographies, jeux vidéos, catastrophe(s) naturelles(s), applications mobiles ou encore architecture). Retour sur une soirée riche en découvertes !

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