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In Japanese kurai means obscure and inscrutable, precisely the opposite of akarui, which means social and convivial. Inspired by the obsessive literature of Murakami Ryu and the neurotic cinema of Tsukamoto Shinya, Guillaume Millet went to Tokyo in search of their forbidding aesthetic. Roaming through the metropolis by night, he encountered the lost souls and cold-hearted monsters he sought.
Guillaume Millet (France, 1982) graduated in 2007 from Gobelins, Ecole de l’Image, in Paris. His work has been shown in France, Italy and Georgia. In 2010 he was nominated for the QPN prize and the Voies Off prize.
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