In June 2016, Rencontres Audiovisuelles sent over to French and international students and professionals in audiovisual, animation film, digital arts, graphic design etc., a call for a video mapping contest, organised within the European Heritage days. Each work has been designed for the front façade of the Lille Flandres train station according to the theme “1936-2016: Holidays, here we come!”.
Nicolas Bernard – Institutional relations and communication manager, SNCF (France)
Mauro Cataldo / Dirty Monitor – Mapping artist (Belgium)
Julien Dubois – Heritage deputy, City of Lille (France)
Alain Grisval – Development manager, Citeos (France)
Kaat Heirbrant – Advisor to the Deputy Mayor for Culture, in charge of the Lichtfestival Gent (Belgium)
Nuno Maya – Mapping artist, Ocubo (Portugal)
Peter E. Petersen – Project manager and founder, 3D Druckzentrum Ruhr (Germany)
Organised by Rencontres Audiovisuelles, in the framework of the European Heritage days.
With the support of SNCF, the City of Lille and Citeos.