Jean-Christophe Averty

Jean-Christophe Averty’s television work is usually reduced to a few essential aspects: caustic humour, a love of jazz and an electronic presentation which owes a lot to special effects.

It is this perpetual inventiveness, together with his perception of the specific and absolute ‘impurity’ of electronic creation which constitutes the originality of Averty’s style, a style which shows rare ‘technical intelligence’, not in the sense of a technician or through direct mastership of the tools, but by his way of provoking through imagination.

French text.

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