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The Carbon Drop

Last month, after a difficult but necessary conversation about the insane CO2 footprint of most* CryptoArt and the lack of transparency from Ethereum platforms, we teamed up with friends and artists to try addressing this issue. Together with Beeple, Gmunk, Refik Anadol and others,...

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The problem of (Ethereum) CryptoArt

I spent the past 15 years flying to festivals, galleries, events, art fairs to exhibit and distribute my work while building my art practice. Most of these projects are unsustainable, so when I decided to lower my impact and cut plane travel, I started...

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The energy consumption of the studio.

Until recently, I had very little interest or knowledge of the amount of energy I was consuming. As my work relies heavily on technology, computers, projectors and require energy, it feels irresponsible to keep consuming ressources without a basic understanding of the energy system...

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Tutorial: Origami and projection mapping

I’ve been doing creative workshops with kids and schools for years (with 8-10 years old) and this can be an easy and creative activity to do at home during the confinement. All you need to make the sculpture is paper, tape, and a bit...

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Climate Action

We are facing an unprecedented global climate emergency. We must act now. I believe individual actions are important (reduction of consumption and travel, local sourcing of products) but without a shift from corporations, banks and governments, it remains insignificant. In 2019 I decided to...

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Projection Rebellion

We are facing an unprecedented global climate emergency. We must act now. Earlier this year I decided to dedicate a significant part of my time to support environmental causes and different groups of activists in their direct actions. I’m designing tools for bright, portable...

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How many trees to make a forest ?

During an Art residency in Iceland, Juliette Bibasse and Joanie Lemercier are planting trees. Here’s a daily diary (original twitter thread). September 20th 2019: Today we’re planting some trees. It snowed on the nearby peaks last night. It’s 7°C, but it feels like 3°C....

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Some time in Iceland

30 days in Iceland. Despite a decade long interest for the Eyjafjallajökull, it’s my first visit to Iceland. We’re doing an art residency with Juliette Bibasse, and here’s some documentation on our time here. Laser projections in the wild....

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The folding of Forces into Forms

A silent photo report from my recent trip across California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico. Exploring the sublime: Scale beyond comprehension RODEN CRATER and the experience of light In 1974, artist James Turrell spent 7 months flying his small airplane across the Westerns...

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The making of a digital panorama.

I’m working on a new piece for Cheongju Craft Biennale, opening on September 13th in South Korea. Here’s the documentation of the project and insights on the journey. 1- Experiencing Nature My practice as an artist involves spending a large part of my life...

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