A selection of Seven Augmented Reality experiences made in the studio.
Installation sonore & visuelle
O Cavalié / Insula-prod 2019
Regard atomisé, intérogatif, introspectif, peinture organique d'une époque épique. Converge intérroge, laisse la place … (O Cavalié )
225 prepared dc-motors, 720 m rope, wooden discs ø 100 mm
Installation view: Saasfee* Pavillon, Frankfurt, Germany.
Website & Newsletter
Vimeo Video Archive
WB Worldwide Television Marketing commissioned BARTKRESA studio to turn the World’s Largest LED Screen on the Burj Khalifa, into a memorable celebration of Friends. BKS wove Warner Bros’ own iconic symbols from the show into a high energy dance back in time, set to the show’s theme song, “I’ll Be There for You,” by the Rembrandts.
Cast: BARTKRESA studio
It has been a pleasure and an honor to contribute with my projections to these amazing contemporary guitar music compositions at the 2019 Ottawa conference. Sorry Christopher Mayo, Craig Visser, Drake Andersen, Derek Cooper, Yu-chun Chien, Max Grafe and Ben Wylie for cutting your pieces appart in this video. :-)
Cast: kurt laurenz theinert
Desert is the duo comprised by Eloi Caballé and Cristina Checa, a pair of Spanish composers/producers who have been slowly picking up attention from across Spain, Europe and USA. Their often complex, but hypnotic sounds are a perfect example of their prospective musical and unique creative universes. They are versatile and magnetic so they are open to participate in different fields such as the audiovisual, videogame or tech sectors.
Desert and Desilence join forces to create an inmersive, otherwordly and inspiring new audiovisual live show. Premiered at this year’s Sonar festival, it is expected to mutate as it spreads.
Contenidos audiovisuales para piezas del Museo Internacional del Barroco, en esta caso la pieza es:
- Cúpulas del mundo
En colaboración con Oscar Testón.
Sonar Flux by Kaoru Tashiro (Piano) and MONOCOLOR (Visuals) at Ars Electronica Festival 2019, Deep Space 8K, Ars Electronica Center Linz, Austria.
Filmed by Pippa Parragh and Stepha Farkashazy.
The city center has always been a place of gathering, celebration, trade and culture.
We wish to pay tribute to these gatherings by evoking the dynamic of convergence towards the central monument of the city : the Cathedral Notre-Dame of Laon.
This show offers a colorful and playful vision of these gatherings, emphasizing their universal and timeless character.
A projection mapping show onto Notre-Dame of Laon Cathedral - France
Duration : 10min
Design and Direction : Holymage
Music : Guillaume Le Dain - Studio Delacroix
Production : Cookies Production
A dance of robotic arms, lights and images, Sonic Arms is a choreography based on a generative music score in which soundscapes and robots’ movements are inextricably linked.
In this era, in which technological development proceeds at exponential rates, human-machine interaction and its repercussions at a social and ethical level raise a reflection: can human beings understand all aspects of this revolution and guide it? Between experimentation and research, the work by Ultravioletto investigates the wide spectrum of robotics applications in the creative field and the machines’ impact on digital culture.
The studio enhances the robots’ human side to disrupt the antithesis between man and technology: in the industrial setting of a former slaughterhouse (Mattatoio) in Rome, four robotic arms nimbly float, performing an ethereal dance.
The 30-minute performance consists of four overlapping narrative levels: the robots’ bright terminals, the arms that reproduce the choreography, a wall of high-resolution synthetic video images created in real time, and an iridescent backlight that defines the space. Guided by the sound component, the different elements are generated by algorithms that interpret and amplify the original score, giving it new meanings.
Shooting and video production by “So What Pictures”
“Le palais où le cheval est roi”. Un son et lumière, vivant équestre & monumental lors des Journées européennes du patrimoine pour les 300 ans des grandes Ecuries de Chantilly. Holymage réalise la direction artistique du vidéo-mapping de 30 minutes sur plus de 2500 m2 de surface historique.
Production : Les Amis d'Alain Decaux
Conception, scénario et co-direction : Frédéric Nancel
Direction artistique et co-direction : Marie-Alix Doutrebente
Scénario, mise en scène, texte : Bertrand du Fayet
Direction artistique vidéo : Holymage
Musique originale : Alexandre Chaigniau
Création & mixage audio : Elgolive / Loïc Gourbe
Technique : Novelty