This animated short film explores everyday objects (a shoe, a laptop, a chair, a fridge, an animal skull ...) using the deconstruction.
The title is a wordplay that combines two verbs in spanish: to know (saber) and to see (ver).
This short film was made with part of the images produced for the exhibition saVer which includes interactive installation, silk-screen printings and sculptures.
This project was supported by FONCA.
Simon Gerbaud (Auxerre, France, 1976) is a visual artist.
After conducting theoretical studies of Visual Arts at the Sorbonne, he became interested in exploring drawing and animation autodidact capturing it in shortfilms, flipbooks or interactive installations.
He has participated in festivals and exhibitions in Mexico, Spain, France, Holland, Russia, China, Iraq and among others.
His shortfilm LIBER has received several awards: Best Mexican animation in CutOut Fest (Querretaro , Mexico , 2014) and Animasivo Festival (Mexico DF, 2015) ; his project saVer received the Award for the digital work of the year by the SCAM (Paris , France, 2015).
Lives and works in Mexico since 2005.