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Interactive installations

Barthélémy Antoine-Loeff, Nicolas Bertrand

Fonderie Kugler
Tuesday 23 – Wednesday 24 May
13:00 – 18:00
CHF 200.-, registration required
Number of participants 15 max.
Languages English
Required skills This workshop is intended for anyone having a project of interactive installation or wishing to discover the possibilities of interaction for an exhibition.
Required material Participants are invited to bring their own laptop (Mac with OS X 10.9 or later).
We will use the software Millumin, for which each participant will receive a temporary licence.
This workshop also entitles them to a 100€ discount on the purchase of the software.
Registration Please sign up via the dedicated form
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InstallationThis workshop, which will take place over two half-days, aims at exploring various processes to create interactive installations. Different topics will be addressed, such as tangible interactions, animations, autonomous videomapping, and open-air video games.
Each half-day will focus on a different kind of interactive installation, how to make it, as well as potential artistic ideas.

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Barthélémy Antoine-Loeff


A film director and new media artist, Barthélemy Antoine-Lœff explores the frailties of the world in the form of installations and performances. He produces immersive, poetic audiovisual experiences, and seeks to make the invisible visible by twisting reality to extract other dimensions: doors open onto mystery-laden universes. He also co-founded Iduun, a collective designing audiovisual shows and live cinema since 2008.


Nicolas Bertrand


Nicolas Bertrand works as an engineer for Anomes, in Paris. He currently works on the development of Millumin 2 and specific tools for companies collaborating with Anomes.