Completion of an architecture & film workshop
work in progress...
fabrication in situ...
... completion of the Devil Trap
... Would Have Been My Last Complaint (making the short film)
“ It would have been the last
Leaving my condition unresolved
I would have felt……… this liquid light
Running through my hands
Despite the courage and the fall………
Despite the spikes………the suffering
It would have been my blood
Amidst the stars……… the Aries
It would have been a sign
On the battlefield of my body
And i would have waited for them
Tangled up in desires and abandon
It would have taken my breath
To out throw the lamentation
And when the rain falls tomorrow
It would have trapped……… my last complaint “
“A mind illusion’s fab for a ritual’s report”
The movie title: “... would have been my last complaint”
The shell-ter title: “Devil Trap”
Scenario, production, Camille Lacadee (movie), Francois Roche (shelter) / [eIf/bʌt/c]
Design process, Computation, Ezio Blasetti
Robotic Design, Special effects, Stephan Henrich
Sound design, Myrtille Fakhreddine (braïbraï), Devin Jerrigan
Computation, fabrication, construction, Mark-Henry Jean Decrausaz, Cameron David Newnham, Mark Kowalyov, Peeraya Suphasidh
Cameraman, Suthiwat Yanawiboot
Storyboard, Pim Jular
Model, Props, Pajareeya Suriwong, Nichapatara Swangdecharux
Machinism special design, Cheng Yu Ling
Planning, organization movie, Wachira Leangtanom
Making-of, Danielle Willems
Assistant making-of, Pantira Unarat
Assistant historical research, Natreeya Kraichitti
Assistant community negotiation, Lila Tedesco
Assistants production, Arisa Juengsophonvitavas, Papat Jinaphun, Javed Godkin Paul de Costa, Nicha Laptaveepanya, Nuthapong Jiratiticharoen, Benjawan Lamsa-ard, Tachapol Danaboonchai, Suthata Jiranuntarat, Yanisa Chumpolphaisal, Jenwit Narukatphichai, Permpoon Rojanasakul
Sri Ganapati Vedeshwar, Elias Tabet & Principal Pandrata Circle, Sanjeen SingPawat, Gwyl Jahn
Manjunath & Co, Engineer
Ravi N.Pattegar, Civil Engineer Contractor
The long-term ambition of the project is to improve the cultural life of the village inhabitants.
By interacting with the surrounding towns of Karnataka, educational and cultural exchanges will develop.
The Pandrata Cultural Centre creation is planned in 3 successive phases :
1- Building the Study Circle library
Well extension and running water distribution,
2- Formation and library functioning
Interior fitting up,
Old books restoration,
Book conservation formation,
Reading and writing classes and cultural activities,
Public reception and events planning.
3- Progressive development of the Pandrata Centre
Workshops - the ambition is to organise 3 workshops per year and at least one theatrical production to be performed in the Alliances Francaises (on the occasion if the francophonie week) and/or in indian theatres,
Common master classes as well as theatrical creations are now being worked on,
Artistic workshops for children led by french artists (theatre, graphic arts, dance).
Building of the new library
The main ambition of the new library project is to preserve the precious literary indian heritage of the Study Circle, this way offering to Gokarna a polyvalent cultural centre open to everyone.
In details the new library will :
Enable the reception of researchers, students, scholars and associations from all countries and provide them assistance in their studies;
Encourage reading and general knowledge development for all in a new, well-equiped and adapted place;
Be the host of a language and translation college (from indian languages to english and french and vice versa)
The new library includes:
_ one great reading room in which the majority of the books is to be found,
_ one room dedicated to the conservation and consultation of the oldest books,
_ one administration and account office,
_ one Internet corner,
_ a polyvalent space for chidren and film screening,
_ one bedroom for the librarian,
_ 2 toilets.
The library covers 450 sqm.
The main entrance is facing east and the morning sun.
The main construction material is laterite brick. Commonly used in the area, it comes from the local red ground stone.
See the work in progress
Web article (in french)