Thierry’s fields of interest include Art, Cinema, Anthropology, Sociology, Postmodernism, Philosophy, Holocene, Anthropocene, Culture, New Media and Critical Theory.

 

Thierry’s fields of interest include Art, Cinema, Anthropology, Sociology, Postmodernism, Philosophy, Holocene, Anthropocene, Culture, New Media and Critical Theory.

The Human Worker is at his/her core an Artist.

Thierry Loa has diligently been exploring and working in various visual and media disciplines, on a diverse and mixed array of projects such as video installations, narrative films, interactive cinema, new media design, and photography.

Conducting both commissioned and self-produced projects, and being interdisciplinary, Thierry shares his time between filmmaking, photography, interactive design, reading, writing, drawing and traveling.

As a filmmaker, he is currently working on nonverbal nonfiction film project titled 20-22  (www.20-22.com) which, in a pure cinematic form, examines the new epoch of planet Earth's history, that is the Anthropocene and the Posthumans. 

As a photographer, he has an ongoing photo-ethnographic project called FACES  (www.faces.ms) which photo-documents and offers an intimate look at human faces captured in public spaces; un-posed and up-close faces.

As a new media designer and storyteller, he is working on the long-format interactive film titled A Man And A Woman  (www.manandwoman.me) which tells the story of a young couple while exploring love and lives together and apart, as well as the cyclic nature of love relationships. The story is augmented by interactive narrative elements.

This web gallery showcases some of his drawings, photographs, and images from his films; highlighting the visual aesthetic and thematic concerns found in his visual and intermedia works. Thank you for your visit.