S I M U L A C R A
interactive video installation


E X I T
international festival

"Perceptions"

Maison des Arts de Créteil, Greater Paris, France

Exhibition
April 7- 12 2016










SIMULACRA is an optophysical experimental. At its heart are four LCD monitor panels, which are assembled in the form of a hollow square, and installed at eye level in the middle of the room. The ensemble appears internally gutted, overgrown and embraced. A tangle of cables and control devices pours out of the middle of the square. All around it several magnifying lenses dangle from chains. The imageless glaring ray of the monitors looks as if the images had fallen out of them. What remains is the essence of the medium: Light.
But the images are still in the screens. It requires only a small visual aid to recognise them.
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EXIT FESTIVAL
In 2016, the MAC will celebrate the 23rd year of its annual international EXIT festival – a celebratory exploration of the use of avant-garde digital technologies in the arts. A curated exhibition featuring interactive, multi-media installations is at the heart of each festival, which also provides tailored visits for families, school groups and community organizations. The 2015 exhibition, co-produced with lille3000 and the Manège in Maubeuge, attracted more than 150 000 unique visitors across the three sites. Previous EXIT festival exhibitions have toured internationally in countries such as Korea, China, Belgium and Holland.


Exposition Perceptions:
Refik Anadol /Infinity Room
Gwendaline Bachini
Myriam Bleau /Soft Revolvers
Fouad Bouchoucha /Paysages Topographiques
Katrin Caspar & Eeva-Lisaa Puhakka /Whispers
Pierre-Laurent Cassière /Distorsions
Mathieu Chamagne /Apertues
Jeongmoon Choi /Echo
Jean Dupuy /Cône Pyramide (Heart Beat Dust)
Anke Eckardt /Stalker 2
Thierry Fournier /Sous Ensemble
Selma Lepart /RED
Lawrence Malstaf /Nevel
Karina Smigla Bobinski /Simulacra
Ief Spincemaille /Virtual Ground
Jacob Tonski /I am taller than most of the people I know
Patrick Tresset /Etudes Humaines #1, Paul-IV. a, b, c.
Sigolène Valax /Serpent – Air



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MAISON DES ARTS
The MAC (Maison des Arts de Créteil) is an internationally recognized artistic and cultural institution located just outside of Paris in the dynamic city of Créteil, France. Since its inauguration in 1975, the MAC has built a reputation as a presenter of world-renowned, innovative artists working in dance, theatre, music, film and the visual arts.

Maison des Arts et de la Culture
1 Place Salvador Allende
94000 Créteil
Greater Paris, France



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