Inside each of us reign infinite landscapes. The installation offers us to sit down in front of a surprising mirror and to lose ourselves going through abstract and hypnotic landscapes.
A light table contains secret messages. Under the lens, the words appear as pieces of a poem to restore. When it comes to quantum physics …
Two light sources are vibrating. They are both repositories of intimate and internal intensities perceived during the listening of the poem « J’ai tant rêvé de toi » (Robert Desnos) whispered to François-Xavier Makoumb – who is blind- and the artist. Brain waves of each of the protagonists have been recorded and transposed in light intensities.
On the other side of the mirror, in the deeper meaning of our existence, beyond appearances, open up vast expanses and infinate spaces. The reflection of each viewer is transformed in a silhouette full of a singular sky constantly renewed.
Kodama means « Forest spirits » in Japanese. This installation asks the man creativity within the machine in a close cooperation. The emotions felt by the spectator, regarding the images, are translated in words by collecting his neuronal data.
This installation questions us about the love relation and the pacts that we weave all in our life. It asks the question of the freedom in the union beyond the sacred, the symbols and the dogmae.
Tarentella reveals the desire to find the taste of the magic, the exuberance, the trance and the communicating shudder, to find pleasure to vibrate in connection with others, to ritualize a moment of life and exchanged energy.
Three butterflies palpitate with lights at different frequencies such as alpha, beta, or theta rythms. These frequencies correspond at three different categories of brain waves.
Images as mirages appear on the surface of the water. At the rhythm of the water shivers, the hypnotic images appear and disappear alternately.
Tangible bodies is an original artwork between human experience and interactive installations. This proposal involves the first expression of our presence to the world through our sensual and technological body.
On a vinyl turntable, we can hear Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata. During the listening, we see the moon phases turning with the music.
A small optical theater reveals livened up scenes disturbing our visual perception.
Herbarium redefines the boundaries between coincidence and divination.
Through a special experience of botanical’s irrationality, by allowing to throw the marble, let you acceed to a vegetable dance specialy dedicated to you.
In 1946, Jean Cocteau made one of his most poetic films “La Belle et La Bête” (Beauty and the Beast), a sensuously fascinating fairy tale that had the courage to be naive, demanding its audience to slip back to childhood and accept its astounding magic.