Artist : Soetkin VERSTEGEN
Sound Design : Géraldine KWIK
Location : Rue du Réduit
City / Country : Lille, France
Production background : Residency as part of the Video Mapping Festival 2019
Production : Rencontres Audiovisuelles / DeVisu Laboratory - UPHF
Production year : 2019
Screening date : 29th of March 2019 (Opening night of the Video Mapping Festival 2019)
Type : Object mapping / Outdoor / Covering / Linear / Ephemeral

Micro mapping on a tree of the Rue du Réduit created by Soetkin VERSTEGEN (Belgique) during a creation residency at Arenberg Creative Mine, as part of the Video Mapping Festival #2

Using ice sculptures and textures found in frozen lakes, the tree on Rue du Réduit turns into a fragile, melting body. The light rays fall on the bark and pierce through like X-rays, reveal it’s ghostly insides. Botanic and human-like shapes weave into breakable bones, flowing veins and quavery sinews. Decaying and breathing, disappearing and growing back.

Artist: Soetkin VERSTEGEN – www.soetkin.com
Sound creation: Géraldine KWIK
Artistic support: Ludovic BURCZYKOWSKI

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