Drawing, projection, sound. 2013
“Fuji” is part of Lemercier‘s ongoing artwork series on volcanoes. It combines a large scale hand drawn landscape depicting the Fujiyama,
augmented by a layer of projected light. The abstract narratives are inspired by the legend of Kaguya Hime, a folk-tale from the 10th-century
and a key element in Japanese culture. It gives an imaginary and poetic vision of this story in an immersive environment.
The piece was premièred at the projection mapping exhibition in Takamatsu, in the art islands district of Japan.
Visuals: Joanie Lemercier
Music: Paul Jebanasam
Production: Juliette Bibasse
|4 Oct – 26 Oct 2014
|3 Sep – 17 Oct 2014
||Da Vinci Creative
||Seoul, SOUTH KOREA
||Projection mapping association of Japan