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- From 10am to 6pm daily
Founded in 2011, the studio’s main concern from the outset was to create concepts that put the user’s sensations at the heart of the interactive experience.
The project is led by Gaël Bertrand and Gaëtan Libertiaux, who came straight out of a music group in 2008. Although the first interactive devices they came up with were musical, they quickly moved on to experiment with other areas of the game, interactive art becoming their favourite sport.
Instigating experiments, whether collective or intimate, the studio focuses on creating sensitive experiences, halfway between art and live performance. Central, universal as much as particular in its emotional resonance, intuition is part of an approach that drifts along philosophical, technological and artistic lines, always at the service of sensation.
As part of the Capture #2 exhibition to be held at Le Pavillon from 23 September 2023 to 14 January 2024
The From0 installation highlights the versatile nature of living things.
The installation postulates and underlines the instability of any equilibrium, destined to escape control. With From0, harmony slides from order to chaos, and conversely, chaos returns to its original form. From0 progressively deconstructs every signifier to offer it an escape from meaning, highlighting the distance between the concept and the material, musical nature of language. It’s the perfect opportunity to hear certain words in a new light, and to plunge ipso facto into a kind of original emotional bath. Hearing the words repeated, gently shifting to let the musicality take hold, and letting yourself sink into it.
From0 is a word composed of the English word ‘From’ and the letter ‘O’. It evokes the starting point, the zero, and at the same time the circle evokes the perfection of the unity of the form and the repeating loop. This unity is deconstructed before our eyes and ears, only to re-emerge a few minutes later when the cycle of phase shifting is complete. The word then becomes intelligible again. From repetition can emerge knowledge, an order. Understanding this order is made accessible through this repetition, this repeated deconstruction.