Lowave Collection

Lowave's film and video collection has been built between 2002 and 2014 and features over 250 video artists and filmmakers from around the world. The label has contributed to an important number of international exhibitions, biennials, film and video festivals, as well as academic programmes. As Lowave's activities evolve, we have stopped our film distribution and our catalogue serves now as an archive that documents over a decade of film and video art history. A selection of our DVDs is on sale at Re:Voir in Paris.

Florent Roussel

*1981, France. Lives and works in Paris, France.

Florent Roussel works with the writing and production of audiovisual projects. Having collaborated on many short and feature length films, he is currently preparing a documentary. Alongside his activities, he is involved in projects that explore the relationship between audiovisual writing and interactive and multimedia universe. He questions the interfaces and the modes of interaction available to the spectator, while simultaneously exploring propositions combing audiovisual narrative and interactive wandering. After developing the project RAM (interactive fiction on DVD video) he participated in Monkey_Party with projectsinge group.

projectsinge Monkey party


Tulapop Saenjaroen

*1986. Lives and works in Bangkok, Thailand.

Tulapop Saenjaroen is an artist and filmmaker who graduated from the Art Institute of Chicago. His works encompass video, film, performance, and public projects. His art is characterized by a political approach and concentrates on subjects such as the conditions of exchange, displacement and the transformation of power.

SAENJAROEN The return HD 5


Masakazu Saito

*1976. Lives and works in Gifu, Japan.

Masakazu Saito produces video works that seek out the diverse potential for wielding the medium with the use of digital technology, including automated editing software. He uses the camera as a tool to record the eye of the photographer rather than the photographed subjects; consequently his works reflect his own vision.

SAITO Shadow of movement HD 16 9 1


Jayce Salloum

*1958, Kelowna, Canada. Lives and works in Vancouver, Canada.

Jayce Salloum has been working with installation, photography, video, mixed media, text, and performance art since 1977, as well as curating exhibitions, conducting workshops and coordinating cultural projects. After 22 years living and working in the US, in 1997 he moved to Vancouver, Canada where he has been based ever since. His work takes place in a variety of contexts both locally and globally, critically engaging the representation and actualization of social manifestations and political realities. A media arts philosopher and cultural activist, Salloum has lectured and exhibited throughout the world.

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Veronika Samartseva

*1983, Saint Petersburg. Lives and works in Berlin, Germany.

Veronika Samartseva studied animation at HFF Konrad in Berlin in 2009 and is a member of the studio collective, Talking Animals. She collaborated with fellow animator Anna Bergmann to produce Hello Antenna, which has been selected in competition at several international film festivals around the world including Hiroshima, Japan and Animacor, Spain.



Lucia Sanchez

*1969, Spain. Lives and works in Paris, France.

An actress in theater and film, Lucia Sanchez also produces films. Her first three short films: The hands of violet, Naps, Salome! which was awarded in several festivals and on television, and then, after a stay at the Film School in Havana, documentaries. In 2002 she directed Las amigas followed by Pick-up, a film without words on a resort in southern Spain (window-Arte) and most recently Profanations an essay on the memories of a Catholic education. She is currently preparing a long footage of fiction.

Sanchez Pick up