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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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DESCRIPTIONMicroscapesInvestigations of the invisible. INL Nanochemistry Research Group is working on the enhancement and optimization of printed solar cell technologies, and exploring how nanotechnology may increase efficiency of photovoltaic cells. Joanie Lemercier has been hosted in residence at INL to follow this research.He had...

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INTERACTIVE SCREENLESS PROJECTIONS I’m obsessed with projections in mid-air, ever since I first saw Princess Leia ‘so-called’ hologram, and I dreamed for years of having a go at Tom Cruise’s UX in minority report. I’ve used various techniques to explore similar aesthetics: peppers ghost (used in the Tupac Coachella concert), semi transparent...

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Kanazawa art residency: digital meets traditional Japanese crafts

We are in Kanazawa, Japan, for a two weeks residency, to discover the traditional Japanese crafts works developed since the Edo era (1603-1868): gold leaf and lacquer, as well as the more recent art of glass making. This project started at a UNESCO Creative...

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The making of “ATOMS”

I’m lucky enough to work with art institutions and creative festivals, and it’s very rare that I consider working with a “brand”. But when Barneys NYC approached my gallery to offer me a “carte blanche” to create four installations for their flagship store in New York, I was...

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The making of Fuji

I’m really happy to introduce a new audiovisual installation named FUJI (不死). The project was developed during an artist residency in Takamatsu, Japan, in the art island district. I was invited to present Eyjafjallajökull, a project inspired by Icelandic volcano’s eruption in 2010, consisting of a...

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Five ideas to enhance experiences in museums

Through my practice as a visual artist, I was lucky enough to present my work in a variety of locations and contexts, from large public spaces, media art festivals, to small galleries. Recently, I also started conversations with art institutions, and had a chance to show some artworks...

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2015 projects

I’m obsessed with light.Technology allows us to manipulate light in such way that we can send a pixel hundred of meters away and have precise control over its properties, brightness and colour, at very high frequencies. Low cost projectors give us millions of these...

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Kickstarter is broken.

Last week, after 30 days of investigations about a very suspicious project, I published an open letter to Kickstarter CEO Yancey Strickler.He replied over the weekend (read the comments), after the project succeeded, only to confirm most of my doubts. Here are my reply and comments.Read also: “Kickstarter failed...

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