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jeudi 29 octobre 2015

Actualités Jean Marc Chomaz Art et Sciences Labfactory

After the  october events, You are invited to join us for Three events in November:
- the conference Art et science, dialogue sensible, 3 November 2015, 7 pm at la Maison des Alternatives Ecologiques et Citoyennes à METZ .
- the opening of La mémoire de L'Océan with Anaïs Tondeur, 6 November 2015, 7 to 9 pm at l'Orangerie-Espace Tourlière de la Maison Vaillant at Verrière-le-Buisson.
- the conference It is time to think the Anthropocene ! A manifesto, 14 November 2015, at TULCA Festival of Visual Art 2015 curator, Mary Cremin, in Galway, Ireland.
- the opening of the Labofactory exhibition Aquaplanet, 18 November 2015, 6:30 to 9 pm at la Maison de l'environnement, Magny-Les-Hameaux.
- the conference Manifeste de la dualité Art-Science, 19 November 2015, Conférence arts et sciences CAPC Bordeaux.















Labofactory exhibition Aquaplanet, 18 November 2015, 6:30 to 9 pm at la Maison de l'environnement, Magny-Les-Hameaux, with three installations:
Fluxus, 2080, Redshift.

Red Shift is a purely analogue augmented reality installation. By an optical process without any recourse to digital artefacts, it allows viewers to move in a space where the shadows abstract from the surfaces on which they are cast and appear as three-dimensional ghosts as if a fold in the universe had mixed objects and their negative imprints. For this installation, fans, vestige of our mechanical civilization, become armillary spheres to reinvent the universe and blow their solar wind to sweep ghosts of the living and anthropic illusions.
if the  atmosphere was liquefied, then the planet would be covered with a layer of 2080mm liquid oxygen, the size of a human. In the installation2080 a blue laser line 2080mm above the ground will materialize this fragile layer. During the opening, liquid nitrogen filled copper retorts will condense fine oxygen droplet from thin air and oxygen droplet will be distributed to the public.

Installation Fluxus as presented in the exhibition Aquaplanet in Amsterdam 2015.
Installation with three meta-machines Fluxus defines a new space, an Aquaplanet where the viewer retrieves the abstraction, an ocean of storms or calms, a primordial universe before the Pangea whose memories are still kept in fine water writing of DNA ...

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supported by LadHyX, LaSIPS, Chaire EDF Développement Durable, Ecole Polytechnique, CNRS & La Fondation Carasso.