Plasmosis is a site-specific, underwater, artificial life installation. It was installed at the marina of Carleton-sur-Mer (Quebec, Canada) during the Summer 2013. An artificial entity, it interacts in the aquatic environment through multiple sensors, adapting over time to the different natural movements that surround it. The work is thus as a passageway between two worlds: that of air, and that of water. Situated at the point of phase change between liquid and gas, it allows the visitor to exist for a time between these two worlds, to assess their shape, density, temporality and limits. It raises questions about our relationship to the maritime area and its ecosystems.
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