Digital Slaves have worked on several installations for Visual System exhibition.
Visual System is an artistic collective composed of :
Valère Terrier / Conceptor / Artistic Director
Zelda Bensousan / Production
Julien Guinard / Design and conception
Anthony Gouvrillon / Led programming and interaction
Le Tone / Music
Digital Slaves have made the LED programming and graphics, and also the interactive part.
Those project were shown at :
- VIA Festival Maubeuge
- Exit Festival Créteil
- Nemo Festival Paris
- Lab Labanque Béthunes
Video by Valère Terrier
This is not a trailer. It is a 'prototype'.
video installation by El Palomar; Alfred Mauve/Karla Kracht
Set in an elevator, this installation that reflects on the issues of nomadism and unusual living spaces.
Installation view at "La Caldera", 13.06.2009. It was part of "nodes de gracia", a festival of contemporary creation in Barcelona
This is an excerpt of the 242.pilots performance "Live in Bruxelles" which was released on DVD by New York label Carpark in 2002. It received the Image award at the media arts festival Transmediale in Berlin, 2003.
242.pilots: HC Gilje (N), Lukasz Lysakowski(Pl), Kurt Ralske (US)
The live soundtrack was made by Justin Bennnett.
For more info about 242.pilots:
As a teenager, Elisabeth Charlotte Rist, born in Grabs (Switzerland) on 21 June 1962, decides to change her name. And thus it is Pipilotti Rist – being a combination of Lotti (her own nickname) and Pippi (the name of the heroine from Astrid Lindgren’s famous Pippi Longstocking books) - who starts to study commercial art, illustration and photography at the Institute of Applied Arts in Vienna and then audiovisual communications at the School of Design in Basel.
At the beginning of the eighties, Pipilotti begins to experiment with super-8 films and slide projections as stage design for several bands. From 1988 to 1994 she is a member of the popular punkband Les Reines Prochaines. Music and pop culture continue to play an important role in her work.
Pipilotti Rist and her team make large installations since the mid-1990s. The video imagery, the soundtracks and the experience of space have an equivalent role in her work. Her longstanding collaboration with the composer Anders Guggisberg produces a highly personal and recognizable sound.
Elixir in Museum Boijmans van Beuningen (Rotterdam, The Netherlands) is the first major survey of Rist’s recent installations. It is a ‘Gesamtkunstwerk’, comprising nine installations. By fusing the individual works Pipilotti Rist has transformed the museum into a place for extraordinary experiences and encounters. The exhibition’s floor plan resembles a living being, with a stomach, heart and lungs; a video organism that has grown organically from Rist’s lively oeuvre.
In this interview Pipilotti Rist talks about colour, the beautiful landscapes behind the lids of one’s eye, the naked female body, the role of museums in our society and the role of art in our personal lives.
video insatllations, dvd, tv installations, video performance etc