Superficiel Measures

Passages

January 10th, 2013  |  by  |  published in Art, Research | Leave A Comment »

Passages

Passages is a public space installation that aims to connect intimately people in different cities. This installation presents the random passer-by with a moving and transiting experience where he/she has to engage the entire body to uncover the possibilities of a relationship with a stranger. A video documentation (see link below) presents the project as […]

Travelling

January 7th, 2013  |  by  |  published in Art | Leave A Comment »

Travelling

In French, a “travelling” describes a cinema technique that is translated in English as a “trackshot”. In English, “travelling” refers to the act of travel that is translated in French as “voyageant/en voyage”. Mixing the two meanings, this interactive piece offers as a cinema travelling, a voyage between the architectures of Berlin and Tel-Aviv. The […]

Miss tek

October 17th, 2012  |  by  |  published in Art | Leave A Comment »

Miss tek

The symmetrical piece of Avance/Retour/Rapides, Miss Tek is its bug. An error in the code for the final piece created Miss Tek: it appeared as a beautiful gift from the programming language. Miss Tek became the abstract version of an infinite passage. Transitions of pixels and squares that are accompanied by a suggestive electronic music […]

NightCove

August 22nd, 2012  |  by  |  published in Interaction Design | Leave A Comment »

NightCove

A high-concept product using sound and light to improve the quality and architecture of your sleep. The NightCove offers “a selection of light wavelengths and sound frequencies adapted to the physiological needs of sleep, developed through scientific and medical research”. We designed the product user-experience with a very intuitive and immediate interface to limit the […]

Musée Fenaille kiosks

June 22nd, 2012  |  by  |  published in Interaction Design | Leave A Comment »

Musée Fenaille kiosks

A series of interactive kiosks installed in the Fenaille museum enable access to the museum catalogue and tell the history of the Menhirs statues. The catalogue section and the history section can be both accessed in the same kiosk, yet they are very distinctive from one another. The catalogue access is facilitated thanks to a […]

Abbaye de Fontevraud

April 9th, 2012  |  by  |  published in Interaction Design | Leave A Comment »

Abbaye de Fontevraud

An interactive installation installed at the Abbey of Fontevraud tells its 900 years’ history and explains its architecture. The content is organized in 5 chapters, with multiple layers of lecture and a double information navigation between history and architecture. Based on an interactive system of transparent glass designed by ZA Productions and Maurice Benayoun. Credits […]

Superficiel

March 17th, 2012  |  by  |  published in Art, Curation | Leave A Comment »

Superficiel

Superficiel is an online experimental platform that supports various digital art pieces. The concept of the site is to give a particular insight on the process of creation of interactive and digital art. Hence, it is possible to find there completed works but also sketches, unfinished projects, tests and errors. Also the works are not […]

The Jewish Community

February 7th, 2012  |  by  |  published in Interaction Design | Leave A Comment »

The Jewish Community

An interactive installation installed in a museum tells the history of the Jewish community of Vienna in the Middle-Ages. The content is gradually displayed on a grid, in four parts. As the user goes in-depth, the interface splits itself and uncovers the structure of the information, without “changing” pages. Credits & Infos Client: Museum Judenplatz […]

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