Alain Wergifosse is an experimental videographer and sound artist, specialising in synthesis and interactive systems. An expatriate living in Barcelona for many years, he has travelled the world with his solo and accompanied sound manipulation electronic feedback projects. He has also worked with Zbigniew Karkoski, Cluster, Jaki Liebezeit and Francisco Lopez. Since his return to Belgium, his work has become more visual, using interactive self-generative video and optical microscopy. In collaboration with Transcultures, he has developed a new amplification system for plants and micro algae, among other things.
In his video installations, Alain Wergifosse uses fantasy to explore the limits of what we see and hear. A deep, immersive experience: come and explore up close the astonishing forms and hypnotic textures of the real and invented hidden side of nature, inspiring to the imagination. Ten slow motion microscopy videos are on show, including eight produced by KIKK with support from the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles digital arts Commission.