In this exhibition, the museum proposes a discovery of the work of Georges Bruyer (1883-1962) with his artistic orientations during the First World War.
As a painter, engraver and ceramist, Bruyer had already built his reputation when the war broke out. He was mobilised and became one of the thousands of soldier-artists thrown into the war, fighting at the front until July 1915, when he got wounded and evacuated. He bacme then a painter working for the army in 1917.
Anamnesia was in charge of the scripting, graphic design, illustration, and production of the large format film, projected on two curved walls. The technical realisation and installation of the device were also part of the assignment.