This video is a part of "FUTUREيA" project as a result of the interactive video art workshop lead by Renaud Vercey and Bruno Voillot with the help of Mohamed Youssef that took place at the French Cultural Center of Alexandria in December 2009.

The workshop's theme was Memory and Futurism and about the creation of a interactive DVD dealing with the aesthetics of futurism within the city of Alexandria. The event was in the frame of 22° INSTANTS VIDEO Festival 2009 and RAMI

For more details: http://zinclafriche.org/mef/

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Mayye Zayed

These videos are some of the videos of the video art interactive DVD project "FUTUREيA". It was a result of the interactive video art workshop lead by Renaud Vercey and Bruno Voillot with the help of Mohamed Youssef & it took place at the French Cultural…


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These videos are some of the videos of the video art interactive DVD project "FUTUREيA". It was a result of the interactive video art workshop lead by Renaud Vercey and Bruno Voillot with the help of Mohamed Youssef & it took place at the French Cultural Center of Alexandria in December 2009.

The workshop's theme was Memory and Futurism and about the creation of a interactive DVD dealing with the aesthetics of futurism within the city of Alexandria. The event was in the frame of 22° INSTANTS VIDEO Festival 2009 and RAMI

For more details: http://zinclafriche.org/mef/

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  • Mayye Zayed

    oh sorry renaud.. there were no pictures as far as i can remember :)
    sorry for the late reply :)

    by Mayye Zayed

  • Renaud Vercey

    So what's happend at El Dokan Space ? Do you have any pictures of the event ?....

    Have you already discover this selection ? Vimeo's 25 favorite videos of 2009

    by Renaud Vercey

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