© Quentin Chevrier

 

 

Site-specific audiovisual performance
Stereophonic diffusion / Multi-ch projection
Duration : 30’00 – 40’00

 

pr(—) is the Site-specific version of p(O)st.

Instead using the cylindric screen of the initial project, pr(—) use directly the architectural characteristics of the venue (concert hall, museum, public space…) in the order to propose an unique setup. Using up to 4 videoprojectors, the material is mapped on any adapted surfaces and use the « band-like » visual (up to 4 ultra-short-throw videoprojectors, setup on the floor, are provided by the artist). pr(—) keep the transversal approach of the original project by integrating generative visual, space, new ways of performing and avant-garde interface specifically programmed for the project.

The transversality of the performance is a beautiful illustration of how current artists emancipate themselves from traditional forms, going beyond the codes of known aesthetics, imagining new ways of playing, creating unique spaces specifically adapted to their diffusion.

Monome design by Brian Crabtree and Kelli Cain

pr(—) is produced by Arcadi (Paris/FR) and supported by La Muse en Circuit (Alfortville, FR).

 

 

The following photos are only an example about how to map the visual on the architectural support. However, different setups are conceivable depending of the spatial characteristics of the venue.

 

© Quentin Chevrier

 

 

© Quentin Chevrier

 

 

© Quentin Chevrier

 

 

© Quentin Chevrier

 

 

© Quentin Chevrier

 

 

© Quentin Chevrier

 

 

Four examples of site-specific setup depending of the architectural characteristics

 

 

Example of easy ultra-short-throw videoprojectors setup (on the floor)

 

 

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CREDITS

Concept, programing, music, visual, interface design : Alex Augier
Monome design by Brian Crabtree and Kelli Cain
Production : Arcadi
Executive production : La Muse en Circuit

 

INFORMATIONS, BOOKING

studio@alexaugier.com