Anne Sarah Le Meur
Outre-Ronde explores unrealistic light
phenomena (see Eye-ocean), perceptive
behaviour in darkness (stimulating the
peripheral visual field), and tame-seduction rules
of interaction with the image moving around.
The interactive viewer has to go slow, or to stay
still if s/he wants not to destroy what s/he looks
at. Needs 4 video projectors, 1 cylindrical screen
3.3m diameter (or 4 flat screens). No light
arround (infrared sensor), no music arround.
Anne-Sarah Le Meur has been creating
experimental, abstract and organic 3D image
since 1990. Both her theoretical (Ph.D, articles)
and practical research has dealt with the
influence of 3D data processing on the
imagination. She has been Assistant Professor
for Pantheon-Sorbonne University since 2000.