Saturday 4th of April 2020 / 2:30 pm
maison Folie Moulins, Lille
Video Mapping Awards – Programme 1
The Video Mapping Festival #3 offers a video mapping competition to reward the best productions of the year 2019.
A Jury composed of mapping professionals (artists, festival programmers, producers, researchers, etc.) will award the prizes on the evening of Saturday 4th of April 2020.
Programme duration: approx. 1h10
THÉORIZ / France / 2019 / Monument mapping / 8 min
Showing: Saint-Jean Cathedral, Lyon, France – 5th > 8th of December 2019 (Lyon Festival of Lights)
With GENESIS, THÉORIZ offers to gather around an artistic work evoking the birth of the world. Through innovative techniques of generative algorithms, the origin of our universe is told in a poetic way, from the creation of the stars to the emergence of life. GENESIS invites us to take a step back from our own existence.
URBANSCREEN / Germany / 2019 / Immersive mapping / 2 min 34
Showing: Grimm World Kassel, Germany – 10th of April > 6th of October 2019 (“Into the Dark Woods”, immersive multimedia exhibition)
Those who crossed the threshold to the FinsterWald were able to feel the emotions of the heroes from Grimm’s fairy tales and embark on their very own heroic journey.
With the Grimm World Kassel, URBANSCREEN developed an immersive exhibition whose narrative works independently of culture and language and can be experienced as an individual or a group experience.
The infinite color of light
MALAMÍ LIGHT / Mexico / 2019 / Monument mapping / 3 min 40
Showing: Sts. Peter and Paul’s Cathedral Basilica, Pécs, Hungary – 27th > 30th of June 2019 (Zsolnay Light Festival)
Light shows us the world around us, as a bridge between us and the surroundings. Light is the ultimate link, gathering together space and form, concept and enlightenment. Light contains all the spectrum and uses it as an universal bridge.
teamLab : Universe of Water Particles in the Tank
teamLab / International / 2019 / Immersive mapping / 2 min 10
Showing: TANK Shanghai, China – 23rd of March > 31st of August 2019 (Inaugural exhibition at TANK Shanghai)
teamLab aims to explore the relationship between the self and the world and new perceptions through art. In order to understand the world around them, people often separate it into independent entities with perceived boundaries between them. teamLab seeks to transcend these boundaries in our perception of the world.
We Didn’t Know That
rangbarang / Germany / 2019 / Monument mapping / 10 min
Showing: Evangelical Church, Bergisch Gladbach, Germany – 30th of November 2019
The projection mapping deals with the sustainable development goals, climate justice and responsibility issues.
The voices are from interviewed inhabitants of all ages of the city Bergisch Gladbach. In addition you hear selected voices of activists, like Wangari Maathai, Thenjiwe McHarris or Tom B.K. Goldtooth who fight for climate justice and global change.
Mindscape Studio / Romania / 2019 / Monument mapping / 3 min 35
Showing: CEC Palace, Bucharest, Romania – 18th > 21st of April 2019 (Spotlight Festival)
This video mapping is an interpretation of the work of the famous Romanian artist Constantin Brâncuși, who constantly kept in his sculptures the simplicity of the Romanian folk art combined with the refinement of the avant-garde.
Based on stone, wood, and metal, the work abstractly follows the process of transformation of raw material into artwork, all in the presence of the artist’s creative light.
Odd Agency / Italia / 2019 / Immersive mapping / 12 min
Showing: Saint Catherine Church, Palermo, Italy – 28th & 29th of December 2019
The word ἐξστάσιbς (ex-stasis) indicates the breaking of the state of immobility, when one feels like transported out of oneself. Ecstasy allows direct contact with the divine. Finally, ecstasy is the reaction of extreme wonder felt when faced with an unusual, grandiose and unexpected work. Exstasis explores each of these meanings.
Maxin10sity / Hungary / 2019 / Monument mapping / 4 min 45
Showing: Grand Royale Hotel, Binghamton, USA – 6th & 7th of September 2019 (LUMA Projection Arts Festival)
Pandora’s Box is an audiovisual show inspired by the Greek mythology in which spectators can visualise elements from antiquity along the production in both concrete and abstract ways. This way, we may have a teaser of the Legend of Daedalus and Icarus, Atlantis, classical Greek temples and in the end we see Medusa, one of the 3 Gorgos, as a representation of evil.
Limelight / Hungary / 2019 / Monument mapping / 9 min 01
Showing: The Concourse, Chatswood, Australia – 24th of May > 16th of June 2019 (Vivid Sydney Chatswood)
Inspired by the cultural diversity of Chatswood and Australia, Coexistence explores the relations between the individual and the community from different angles. The piece is divided into different acts similar to a theatre play, each of them presents a different scenario of the basic situation of an individual meeting a community.
Una famiglia di Angeli
mayer+empl / Germany / 2019 / Interactive live show mapping / 3 min
Showing: St. Maximilian Church, Munich, Germany – 19th of October 2019 (Long Night of Museums)
The interactive audiovisual performance Una famiglia di Angeli is a cooperation between choreographer and dancer David Russo and mayer+empl.
The performance discusses values such as living together and family in the sacred space of a church, allowing an insight into the depths of human existence.
Yann Nguema / France / 2019 / Interactive monument mapping / 3 min 21
Showing: Armenian Church Of Saint Gregory The Illuminator, Singapore – 23rd > 31st of August 2019 (Singapore Night Festival)
Initiated 3 years ago, the S.C.U.L.P.T project was presented during the Singapore Night Festival in 2019. It is the third version of this interactive project which allows the public to digitally sculpt the stone. As a real research laboratory, it shows mapping in a new light and gives the spectator the possibility to intervene on the show thanks to sensor controlled lasers.
Holymage / France / 2019 / Monument mapping / 9 min
Showing: Notre-Dame of Laon Cathedral, Laon, France – 9th > 25th of August 2019 (Festival Couleurs d’été)
The city center has always been a place of gathering, celebration, trade and culture. Convergence pays tribute to this central space by alluding to its power of attraction, here symbolised by the Laon Cathedral.
This show offers a colourful and playful vision of these past and present gatherings, emphasising their universal and timeless nature.