Superficiel Measures

Abstract

July 19th, 2013  |  by  |  published in Art | Leave A Comment »

Abstract

“Abstract” is an interactive installation on the theme of waiting and the perception of the time passing-by: inviting visitors in a space where the body and its movement play the role of interfaces. From a point of view on the Japanese garden and its vision on the surrounding, aesthetic and philosophical world, this project is […]

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 […]

Young ordinary woman

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

Young ordinary woman

In a passage of Munich, a woman is followed. Four videos are showing traces of her passage, her transitions: she moves from one video to the other, almost subrepticely. The videos are framed as paintings and depict scenaries in the passage that are peculiar, always adding an extra surface, between the lens of the camera […]

Kindergarten

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

Kindergarten

“Kindergarten” was designed to create a narrative environment (children and monsters playing hide-and-seek at the fun fair) where the user is immersed and guided by a sound navigation through shapes and pieces of pictures. The installation consists of three visual and sound environments that represent the world fantasized over the funfair: the ghost-train, the distorting […]

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