(Diane et Akteon)
350 x 700 cm
Tapestry is a complexion of optical fibers that propagates light. The light is not projected.
Light is woven. The tapestry will vary light intensity to produce the impression of a visual breathing.
The time of this breathing is keyed to that of a little girl Alysée T.
Fabric, 700 electroluminescent diodes
Lycée Victor Hugo de Lunel
Client : Languedoc-Roussillon
Architect : Serge Sanchis
This work is designed as a tribute to Victor Hugo.
It specifically responds to the architecture of Serge Sanchis.
It consists of 2 parts. The first part is a frame made of green yellow neons
which vary in intensity over time. This symbolizes the breath of a child.
This section also serves as a pattern to the second part.
This frame is taken and printed on a film told angular mink.
Blur face, it gives a clear vision aside. This film is applied
to the glass of the front of the building entrance.
The set varies with daylight and night.
Neon lights, digital prints on plastic, glass film.
Speaking into a microphone, makes the glass sheets to vibrate successively ways.
Sound travels from one plate to the other to produce the impression that the sound,
a microphone to another, through walls of glass. This feeling is reinforced by the fact that
the glass is sound-proofing material.
Glass e-glass at a temperature of 37.2 ° C
Dimensions of a glass plate: 300 x 250 x 1cm
Distance between two blades: 170 cm
Transducers, 2 microphones, amplifiers, interface, 1 computer.
Special thanks to Karim Lekehal and Cedric Ricard
Exhibition view, Glass House, 2010
Production : SAAZS