In “Lambeaux”, the television stream is taken as raw material, a material lacerated by a process of motion capture which extract in real time all the pixel that have changed during the broadcast. Those fragments are captured and recast, in a spatial-temporal way, on a twenty-four images loop.
The accumulation process takes place within the contours of past images and the way pixels are then reorganized in real time produces a jagged image with unreal effects – a ghostly memory of the video flux, a colorful palimpsest where fragments of motion and time coexist.
More details on this work are available here (in French).
More gifs from Lambeaux here
Exhibited during :
- 2012 Solo exhibition, Le Hublot, Nice, France
- 2012 Espace culture multimedia La Gare, Coustellet, France
- 2012 RE/Mixed Media Festival, Brooklyn Lyceum, New York, U.S.A.
- 2013 Solo exhibition, ORi Galerie, Berlin, Germany
- 2013 This is not a protest song. Ästhetische Interventionen jenseits des Immer-Gleichen, Berlin, Germany
- 2013 Festival Vision’R #8, Paris, France
- 2017 Solo exhibition, Remixs, Galerie Metaxu, Toulon, France