AGATHE SIMON
95 % of Unknown (Day 9)

Experimental Film
HD | Stereo | 11 min 12 | May 2019

© Agathe Simon

“Day 9” is the second stage of the “95% of Unknown” trilogy. This film, on the theme of the unknown, is a tribute to the fifty year anniversary of the first steps on the Moon.

Film a place, a situation or a person
who or which has put you in contact with the Unknown.

Following a protocol by Agathe Simon, members of the company The Group filmed scenes for “Day 9” in Antarctica, Bali, France, Greece, Greenland, India, Norway, Russia, and the United States. This film is intended to become part of the immersive event “Day 10”, third step in the “95% of Unknown” trilogy.

With videos filmed by members of the art company The Group, following a protocol by Agathe Simon. By order of appearance :

Lou Inglebert | Pondichéry, India
Barbara Becquiot | Flogny-la-Chapelle, France
Ida Carol Helland-Hansen | Bergen, Norway
David Packer | New York City, United States of America
Agathe Simon | Oqaitsut, Greenland
Patrice Vandoorslaere | Silver City, United States of America
Giuseppe Gavazza | Mandelieu-La Napoule, France
Mila & Astrid Ginouvier | Saint-Lary, France
Nathalie Noé Adam | Marseille, France
David Anna | Malibu Canyon, United States of America
Eryn Foster | Athens, Greece
Françoise M. | Montrouge, France
Irène Omélianenko | Paris, France
Margarita Garcia Faure | Drake Passage, Antarctica
Lucile Jaeghers | Cassis, France
Alain Joubert | Luz-Saint-Sauveur, France
Thomas Ivernel | Les Modèles, France
Maxim Evstropov | Saint Petersburg, Russia
Frédéric Baron & Noémie Bourdin | Ubud, Bali

Agathe Simon is a Paris-based artist, born in 1977. After a decade of art projects throughout the world, she starts a partenrship with the art company The Group in Paris in 2017. She is also conducting artistic creation workshops at the Sorbonne University.

Agathe Simon is currently preparing projects in partnership with ‘Les Voûtes’ (a Parisian alternative art venue), the “C.N.R.S.” (the largest governmental research organisation in France), the Paris Cergy National Graduate School of Arts, the University of Cergy-Pontoise, and the Museum of Non-conformist Art (Saint Petersburg, Russia). These projects will include performances, films, and exhibitions.