Bien manger, bien tuer, bien manger

Elsa Maury offers an exploration based on the subject of her thesis devoted to the conditions from moving between the practice of life (breeding) and the practice of death (slaughtering). Her approach explores the challenges of the encounter between art and ethnography through the analysis of film systems at the crossroads between these two approaches. On the basis of this demanding assumption, she visualises and analyses social, technical and affective systems invented for the occasion by breeders and their animals.