Greg Clément is a trained photographer and artist from the Vevey School of Photography and the HEAD – Genève, where he obtained a Master’s in the Visual Arts’ TRANS– program.
Alongside commissions he receives as a freelancer from communities and art and culture spaces, Clément makes artworks combining photography, cinema and installation. He notably created the photo series A Sunny Journey (2012), about the rockabilly community and the film La Brêle Sauvage (2015), a punk musician’s moped road-trip in French speaking Switzerland’s self-managed spaces. Clément is currently working on the project L’Estran, a libertarian “film object” about youth, and Figures, a series of twelve filmed portraits with musicians from the alternative scene.
Master Thesis by Greg Clément
Pourquoi (Why) is an essay that considers the position of the author within a collective form of cinema. Pourquoi articulates film analysis, accounts of experimentations and descriptions of devices. Pourquoi guides and questions an action-research, on which…