Group show, in situ installation, edition
Curating Thierry Fournier
Royal Castle of Collioure (Eastern Pyrenees, FR), July 24 to October 15, 2014.
iPad edition available on App Store.
The Augmented window project proposes an interactive window on a landscape as a collective exhibition protocol. A specific vantage point on a landscape is filmed continuously by a camera. Several artists and authors are invited to create works that take this landscape as their point of departure: videos, interactive works, drawings, recordings, interviews… These contributions are laid over the camera footage, and transmitted live on a large tactile screen, which is set up vertically. To discover the works, viewers browse this “window” into the image’s spatial depth. The Augmented window project offers a collective interpretation of a landscape, by bringing together approaches that are usually dissociated (art, humanities, documentary).
The fourth Augmented window group show is set in front of a very radical landscape, presenting nevertheless endless variations of movement, color, depth and activity. The four artists explore and question the paradox of this view and its implications for the viewer. The project is deployed both as site installation and on tablets.
Luce Moreau, L’Horizon des évènements, Ciel / mer
Marine Pagès, Les Corps flottants
Antoine Schmitt, No Disc
Thierry Fournier, En vigie
IOS iPad Programming: Olivier Guillerminet IOS video player: Olivier Guillerminet Jonathan Tanant, technical consulting and programming Max-MSP Mathieu Chamagne, Mac OS Programming: Guillaume Evrard, Android programming: Henry Bernard, Jonathan Tanant, streaming: Thomas Lucas, engineering Jean-Baptiste Droulers, technique: Grégory Jacquin, translations: Clémence Homer and Anna Lopez Luna. Administration, production, distribution, communication: Illusion & Macadam – Bipolar (Mathieu Argaud Gregory Diguet Lise Mullot Marielle Rossignol)
The Augmented window project is produced by illusion & macadam / Bipolar co-funded by the European Union. Europe is moving in Languedoc-Roussillon with the European Regional Development Fund. The project has won the Digital Cultures and ICT of the Languedoc-Roussillon call and received the support of the City of Montpellier and the General Council of Pyrénées Orientales. Coproduction and welcome by the Panacea, Centre for Contemporary Creation of the City of Montpellier, Le Royal Castle of Collioure – General Council of Pyrénées-Orientales. With the support of Zinc and La Belle de Mai, Marseille.