2010, A/V installation.

Role: 2D/3D Animation (in collaboration with Yannick Jacquet, Joanie Lemercier, Simon Geilfus).
Production: Scopitone festival.
Coordination & project management: ANTIVJ
Nantes, France, September 2010.

This large-scale projection mapping was specially created for the prestigious Scopitone music and art festival, held in the enchanting city of Nantes, France. Set against the backdrop of a recently restored castle, this immersive installation transformed the space into a captivating audiovisual spectacle.

Intriguingly juxtaposing elements of ruins, dereliction, and the resurgent force of nature, the projection mapping captured the essence of the location. Departing from traditional depictions of grand frescoes by old masters, this unique installation delved into an organic and mineral chaos, inviting viewers on a journey of intense sensory exploration.

The audiovisual experience unfolded within the castle's walls, as dynamic visuals danced and intertwined with the architecture. The interplay between light, motion, and sound created a mesmerizing symphony that engulfed the senses. The crumbling remnants of the castle served as a canvas for a captivating narrative, where nature triumphantly reclaimed its space and coexisted with the echoes of the past.

With meticulous attention to detail, the projection mapping expertly utilized the unique features and contours of the castle's architecture, enhancing its inherent beauty and embracing its imperfections. The visuals seamlessly merged with the physical structure, blurring the boundaries between the tangible and the ephemeral.

The result was an intense audiovisual experience that transcended the boundaries of traditional art forms. Spectators were transported to a realm where time stood still, as the haunting beauty of the decaying castle merged with the raw power of nature's resurgence. It was a testament to the evocative power of art, showcasing the transformative nature of audiovisual storytelling.

This monumental projection mapping installation for the "heritage open days" at Scopitone not only celebrated the rich cultural heritage of France but also reimagined it in a contemporary and thought-provoking manner. By embracing the organic and mineral chaos, this audiovisual masterpiece offered festival-goers a truly immersive experience, inviting them to explore the intersection of art, history, and the natural world.