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1-0AR

0AR is an immersive AR experience merging dance and technology. Explore a collection of short dance works using connected tablets and move and interact with the performance, your actions have a unique influence on the piece. 0AR is inspired by Akram Khan and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui’s masterpiece ‘zero degrees’ (2005) which explores living with dual cultural identities in a modern world.

Valerie Wolf Gang and Miha Godec

2- David's Gaze

David’s Gaze is a spatial installation, consisting of a pedestal on which the visitor steps and places their head in the 3D printed David’s head in which he sees her/his view - a spatial scene that relates to the future and the impact of modern technologies on life. The visitor on the pedestal symbolically becomes David. The public becomes part of the installation. The project is about working with materials as well as the very process of cooperation between human and technology.

iSpace Lab

3 - Body remixer

Body RemiXer is an immersive installation that connects bodies through movement and touch. It explores full body interaction between immersants in an aesthetic experience where their virtual bodies can connect, mix, and swap. Body RemiXer virtually expands upon bodies to support real connections.

Saint Machine

4 - I,Human

I, HUMAN is a body installation of eight luminous sculptures using human empathy as content to influence the feeding conditions of microorganisms, and laser light as active content carrier. Developed around the idea of interconnectivity, it analyses how individual interactions can produce collective outcomes at different scales. It is a metaphor for our evolution as a species, which may depend on our capacity to empathise.

Sonya Khalfallah

5 - Traces

Traces is a series of interactive performative installations that stages a dynamic paintings. The viewer moves to draw a virtual painting with his body ,more precisely his hands, in real time. Each paint is accompanied by a music in accordance with its theme allowing the viewer to escape and unleash his bodily and creativity during the virtual creation.

AKA Collective

6 - Self Suspense Ion

Self Suspense Ion is a participatory multimedia art installation where we invite the attendees to ride a physical swing in an immersive projected space. This kinesthetic experience transports your body and mind to an abstract world using virtual reality technology to explore the idea of embodied cognition. We invite the audience to reflect on the thoughts, feelings and perception of reality that the piece evokes as they transition from the real to the virtual state. An array of emotions surface - ranging from nostalgia and joy to even isolation and loss.

Doug Rosman

7 - Uncontained

Uncontained uses a neural network trained to see the world as variations of the artist’s body. This interactive installation synthesizes surreal figures unconstrained by physics, biology and time, and struggles to contend with the body as a subject of multiplicity.

Isobel Knowle & Van Sowerwine

8 - Passenger

Passenger is a 360 degree stop-motion VR film that tells the story of arriving in a new country to live. Your taxi driver, himself a migrant to Australia, navigates the new terrain with you, acting as your guide while also revealing small parts of his own story.

The public will be able to live this poetical experience and discover some of the original scenography elements that were used to create it.

K.Danse

9 - RCO Remixed

Navigation / displacement experiment in virtual reality based on the choreography Radical Choreographic Object (https://www.k-danse.net/portfolio/rco/), dance performance designed by Jean-Marc Matos and Sarah Fdili Alaoui with Ambre Cazier , Izaskun Insausti, David Mazon, Mario Garcia Saez. Installation by Frédéric Daubagna and Jean-Marc Centenero (Aestetype)

Sigrid Coggins

10 - Serial portraits VR

The visitor takes place at a table. In front of him, he finds paper, a pencil and the VR headset. As soon as he puts it on, he finds himself in a similar device. A character approaches him: the artist’s avatar, who asks him to paint his portrait. This experiment proposes an intervention at the borders of the virtual and the real: the head in the VR and the hands in the real. Throw yourself in the blank page …

Georgik and the magic team

11 - Les invisibles

In this experience you will be looking up to the ceiling, we feel this vertigo of the fall, placed under a glass floor, where huge bare feet of levitating girls sting and swirl towards us, while dogs in suspension trot and swirl, with waves of crows occasionally grabbing these panties or caps. Obviously, some half-virtual or gnawed clothing such as filters let through, porous membranes, some emotions rather than others.

Martina Menegon

12 - Keep in touch

“keep in touch” is an uncomfortable Virtual Reality experience, in which hundreds of randomly generated wet-looking hands form a cloud that surrounds and traps the user. Their fingers float, bounce and point while being extremely close, almost suffocating. The user is left helplessly immerse in these hand looking creatures that should not be felt, yet are strongly perceivable.

Coco Team

13 - Sharky Sharky

Our AR experience immerses the users into an aquatic environment they can interact with. The app detects horizontal and vertical surfaces and gradually fill them up with aquatic fauna and flora in accordance with surroundings. Schools of fish, turtles, and sharks move around the users and affect each other.

Scenocosme : Grégory Lassarre & Anaïs met den Ancxt

14 - Exister

This interactive artwork observes people and creates a link between a fictional character and passers-by. The interactions with visitors give it an existence, a recognition.

The character also wants to be photographed in order to exist on social networks.

Neon Minuit

15 - Heterotopia

Heterotopia is a multiplayer participative point cloud garden where digital sculptures live between the breathing one. The only VR headset in the middle of the crowd is the occasion to touch and be touched, to challenge the distinction between what is moving and what is not.

Mélodie Mousset and Eduardo Fouilloux

16 - Jellyfish always cared

Dive untethered into the deep water of your consciousness and let a swarm of sensitive Jellyfish hypnotize you.