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Night of the digital arts - Signo_

in Mons

  • ALEXIS CHOPLAIN
    OLD SLAUGHTERHOUSES
    DIGITAL INSTALLATION

    SIGNO_ belongs to the world of machines. Born from a series of DIY (do it yourself) experiments aimed at mastering an optical phenomenon, the installation constrains a water flow entering a kinetic and vibratory state. Minimalist and industrial in appearance, this work develops a three-dimensional aquatic choreography capable of evolving according to the variations of a sound composition. Within the artificial environment it creates,...

    ALEXIS CHOPLAIN
    OLD SLAUGHTERHOUSES
    DIGITAL INSTALLATION

    SIGNO_ belongs to the world of machines. Born from a series of DIY (do it yourself) experiments aimed at mastering an optical phenomenon, the installation constrains a water flow entering a kinetic and vibratory state. Minimalist and industrial in appearance, this work develops a three-dimensional aquatic choreography capable of evolving according to the variations of a sound composition. Within the artificial environment it creates, SIGNO_ acts as a revelator and brings to light the magic that lies behind the laws and phenomena that govern the physical world. Inspired by the cybernetic universe, the installation uses physical processes to stimulate the visitor’s perception, inducing psycho-physiological states similar to hypnosis.

    ALEXIS CHOPLAIN
    Alexis Choplain is a multidisciplinary artist. Graduated from the Mons College of Arts and Design (ARTS2) in 2017, he developed his experience during his international training. After studying architecture in Marseille, he developed an interest in digital creation as a self-taught musician. Aware of Do It Yourself, open-source and sharing practices, he began a process of learning and experimentation in order to design the machines that feed his artistic projects. An atom[e] asbl production, co-produced by the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, Transcultures asbl, with the support of iMal

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  • On November 20, 2021