Nos Erreurs

“Nos Erreurs” visuals, videos, and installations are meant to convey a certain conception of existence, one that is in perpetual motion.

Besides my philosophical writings and think tank related activities, I produce visuals and moving images that have been screened at numerous art institutions and international festivals, such as the European Media Art festival (Osnabruck), Artropolis (Chicago), Images Contre Nature (Marseilles), and the Toronto Urban Film Festival. My videos are a patchwork of pop culture, superflat imagery (cute and shallow) and postmodern critique, supported by either repetitive or ambient music samples.

In Humans and their Errors (L’Homme et ses Erreurs), I argue that we can only live through an ontological error, an act of wandering, and that we can only give meaning to our errors through aesthetics. All of my personal productions, artistic collaborations and curation projects (see for instance the semiotics of video games) have in common the idea that every thought, emotion, and expression is ultimately an error in movement.

This dynamic should not be a cause of concern but of wonder and celebration.

Contact: christophe -at- bruchansky[dot]name

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Art talks and curation

July 2016 – Moderator of the City of Dust art discussion at the occasion of an exhibition opening(London, UK).

July 2015 – Chair of the Human Zoo public art discussion(London, UK).

January 2011 – The Semiotics of Video Games art exhibition.

The semiotics of Video Games

February 2010 – Welcome to My Place: where people film and share the places that matter to them.

Welcome to My Place

August 2009 – Design for Dreaming: children’s workshops and cultural exchange


July 2009 – Dreams of Progress: video art exhibition on past and present visions of the future



These early experimental videos were mostly created between 2004 and 2008. They are hybrid productions mixing drawing, first-hand photography, acoustic environment, and writing. I regrouped them under one label, “4-8am”, referring to the hours, between 4 a.m. and 8 a.m., during which I produced them: a time aside from the rest of the day, propitious to lyricism and philosophy.