An installation by Romain Tardy
Software & hardware development: Hand Coded
Structures / Technical study + construction: Studio Julien Carretero, ARPO
Production: Tetro x The Absolut Company Creation
Various locations in France.
Showroom pictures by Andrea Aubert / Party pics by Bobi & Rémy Golinelli.
OX is a dynamic and autonomous digital scenography designed for DJs and musicians. It serves as a captivating medium that translates the emotions embedded in music into mesmerizing light patterns and physical movements. Drawing inspiration from traditional VJs, OX is not merely a visual accompaniment; it actively responds to the sounds it hears and dances in harmony with the audience, creating an interactive and engaging experience.
The core of OX comprises a central LED screen, accompanied by 136 RGB LED segments mounted on sleek aluminum profiles. Among these segments, 32 are motorized, offering a wide range of dynamics and physical patterns that enhance the depth and versatility of the installation. On special occasions, an extended version of OX called OX XTD, featuring an additional structure of video LED strips, has been meticulously crafted to cater to larger venues, amplifying the visual impact.
OX has been showcased at prestigious locations, including Palais de Tokyo and La Gaité Lyrique in Paris, as well as prominent events such as Nuit Blanche Paris, Calvi on the Rocks in Corsica, Nuits Sonores in Lyon, Les Nuits électriques in Lille, Les Nuits fauves in Paris, and Friche de la belle de Mai in Marseille, among others. Its versatility and ability to captivate audiences have established OX as a sought-after digital scenography that continually pushes boundaries and leaves a lasting impression.