Date
19th & 20th October

IMMERSIVE

“It’s an immersive experience with video mapping in 360° surface and quadriphonic audio system. Both video and audio are generated to a re-composition of time and space.
Mixing perspectives and individual point-of-view, projection plays with delay and echo in a rythmic progression of abstract patterns around the audience.It’s an immersive experience with surrounded video mapping and quadriphonic audio system in the opening alley of the Caserne Fonck. Both video and audio are created to a re-composition of time and space.

Mixing perspectives and individual point-of-view, projection plays with delay and echo in a rythmic progression of abstract patterns around the audience.
A quadriphonic system accentuates the sensation of an infinite space in the alley. Sound partitions are inspired by pur sinus and minimalist textures playing with the full width of the spectrum and the dynamics of the diffusion system.

Video content combines different forms that impact on the viewer with tension between light and dark, and between geometric and organic figures using all details of the alley’s architecture.”

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Biography

Jeremy Oury combines audio and visual skills to make singular mapping or digital installation and promote a fresh vision of audiovisual arts. He also pursues explorations into intermedia forms with creative programming and electroacoustic compositions with minimalist and abstract touch. He experiments about different variables that can work together to create a synaesthesic partition in various way (architectural mapping, led screen, mapping immersive, fulldome, …).

He loves visual distortions and unexpected narrations. Sound partitions are generally inspired by abstract or minimalist textures with several sound layers, radically transformed sounds and electronic music playing with the full width of the spectrum and the dynamics of the diffusion system. Video contents combined different forms that impact on the viewer with tension between light and dark, and between geometric and organic figures using generation of digital images.

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