Rencontres Audiovisuelles, DeVisu laboratory of the Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France and Arenberg Creative Mine propose a research and thematic creation residency about video mapping.

The aim of those residencies is to experiment new forms of writing: (animation) movies, interactive pieces or performances, that are spatialised and contextualised. It is also to experiment new technological devices.

This application call is adressed to international artists such as scriptwriters, filmmakers, museographs, stage designers, animation artists, game designers, developers, sound designers, musicians, etc.
The application call is open to people who do not have any experience in video mapping yet.

. An exceptional setting: a former mine site part of World Heritage of UNESCO, in a natural setting, beautifully reconverted in a place dedicated to the image.
. High-performance audiovisual equipments available
. Support regarding the project and its needs: researchers, video mapping artists, animators, sound designers or musicians…
. Accommodation, transport management, flat-rate for the meals, salary

The works produced in those residencies will be screened during the Video Mapping Festival, which 3rd edition will be held in Lille on 3rd of April. They are aimed at the general public and also international professionals.

Application deadline: 6th September 2019

Marc Caro and Gaël Loison (France) : La Voix du Nord
Albane Chaumet (France) : La Voix du Nord
Franck Dion (France) : Lille Flandres Train Station
Noé Faure (France) : Sound design and musique
Wei Hsuan Huang (Taiwan) : Crypt of the Notre-Dame-de-la-Treille Cathedral
Sébastien Laudenbach (France) : Lille Flandres Train Station
Francesca Macció (Italy) : Micro mapping walk, Rue du Sec-Arembault et Rue Neuve
EunJin Park and Sae Yun Jung (South Korea) : Lille Flandres Train Station
Bill Plympton (USA) : Lille Opera House
Compagnie Sens Dessus Dessous – Jive Faury and Aurélie Galibourg (France) : Video mapping and live show, Hall of Honour of the CCI Grand Lille
mayer+empl – Martin Mayer (Germany) : Inner courtyard of the Institute for photography

Proposed by Rencontres Audiovisuelles, DeVisu laboratory of Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France and Arenberg Creative Mine, with the support of the Hauts-de-France Region, the European Union, ERDF programme, and the city of Wallers-Arenberg.



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