Projects


[2009]

TopoMovies (series)
3D shapes are covered with moving pictures. A virtual camera allows the viewers to explore these structures. The camera is programmed never to offer the same journey.

Watch the video Topomovies Tore n° 4- length : 2mn10s - Flash player and high bandwidth required

Watch the video Topomovies Babel n° 1- length : 1mn54 - Flash player and high bandwidth required



TMWNTM
Every scene from the first version of the Alfred Hitchcock's film, The Man Who New too Much, are put in a virtual space with its own assembling rules of playing picture-moving blocks.

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[2008]

SLIDERS_3
Cellphone-recorded video sequences inform a database shaped like a data tower. The "performers" are able to make real-time combinations of sounds and pictures, that could be almost qualified as "action moving".

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CRÉATEUF 2008, Châtellerault, France, May 15th.



SLIDERS_1
The iMAL facilities have been the location of an artistic meeting between students from Brussels and members of the SLIDERS collective. The students were prompt to work as a mixed team and experiment the production of new « live » film variations of « Psycho » (A. Hitchcock, G. van Sant).

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iMAL, Brussels, Belgium, March.




[2007]

SLIDERS_2
A "Master class" was carried out with PhD students at the UQÀM. This workshop, focusing on cinema and interactivity, tackled the fine arts, cinema, music and computer programming. A performance held at the Hexagram closed the ten-day session.

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Hexagram, Montréal, Canada, June 1st.




[2006]

SLIDERS_1
A CD-Rom archive of the SLIDERS_lab performances was shown.

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Exhibition "Networked Realities & Prospective Locative Hacks", UC Santa Barbara & ACM (Association for Computing Machinery), Santa Barbara, USA, October 23-28th.



SLIDERS_1
A collective performance of interactive cinema was held. A logic was set and a software was purposely written to allow manipulation of large sets of picture-moving blocks and soundtrack bits. The logic of this new type of cinema is based on data tagging.

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"Résonances" festival, IRCAM, Paris, France, June 10-11th; "Update" biennial event, Gand, Belgium, March 31; "Bandits-Mages" festival, Bourges, France, February 1st-4th.