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  2. A film by Claude Mossessian © Claude Mossessian

    Miguel CHEVALIER Complex Meshes 2016
    Generative virtual-reality installation

    Private collection, Brussels, Belgium
    On the occasion of Art Brussels 2016
    Friday, April 22, 2016

    Software: Cyrille Henry / Antoine Villeret
    Voxels Productions : Nicolas Gaudelet, Emilie Lesne

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  3. Inside the immense street-level glass atrium of the Wells Fargo Center in Denver, ESI designed five 86-foot floor-to-ceiling LED columns that are six times the resolution of normal HD. The monolithic screens display dynamic media inspired by the Mile High City’s natural wonders.

    ESI’s team of media designers and animators conceived the inventive content to fully exploit the epic physical scale of the space. The mix of pre-produced and generative media includes:

    • Colorado mountainscapes that are actually mosaics of thousands of Instagram photos, drawn from an ever-growing library of local, user-generated images. Each Instagram show is built up of 8 different mosaics (each with a different tile size and containing thousands of images). From a distance, the effect for the viewer is like looking through slats in an enormous fence to the majestic Colorado landscape beyond the skyscraper’s walls.
    • Floor-to-ceiling waterfalls built in 3D, containing 15 million polygons each, that have variations of speed and volume and move across the wall in different paths depending on the direction of the wind outside.
    • A grove of trees—modeled, textured, and animated individually in 3D—that change with the time of day and season, such as a change in color in the fall and the loss of leaves in the winter.
    • A flock of birds that are animated in real-time (as opposed to a video file). A total of 3,600 birds are always deciding what to do next, at 60fps, based on algorithmic rules of behavior. They can fly for hours and their flight pattern never repeats.
    • Colorful ink drops swirling in slow-motion using video footage of a tiny plastic fish tank, filmed in a studio in Hoboken.

    The vibrant media installation is visible from outside through the glass atrium, breathing new life into the surrounding streetscape and drawing passersby into an experience that promises to become a new Denver attraction for tourists and locals alike.

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  4. ‘Nonlinear Sequencer’ is an interactive audiovisual installation, exhibited at the . It transforms body gestures into a visualized sound cluster. The space that surrounds the user (dancer or exhibition visitor) turns into a musical score. Each movement affects the arrangement score. The installation dissolves the linearity of a musical score into a dynamic structure, shaped by body gestures and movements.
    Exhibited at Shenzhen/Hong Kong Design Biennale and Shenzhen New Media Arts Festival 2014

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  5. Zero é uma instalação imersiva que questiona nosso entendimento sobre realidade. A obra é dividida em 3 partes (Blank Slate, Life e Afterlife) e pode ser navegada, sentida com o corpo.
    Zero is a 3 part site-specific immersive experience meant to be explored by a single person at a time.
    It represents the stages of the soul, spirit and body from before birth to afterlife. The number 0 symbolizes a full circle and thus denotes infinity, completeness and holiness. While engaging in the experience the audience puts on earplugs, so they can hear their own breathing and turn the attention within.

    This work was developed during an art residency (Laboratory Residency) in Spokane, WA.

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