Visions

3e édition

Installation, Digital

In its third edition, VISIONS brings together again large scale and innovative artworks alongside new work by emerging artists.

It’s an immersive experience and the distance or the participation element that connects the artwork to the audience will be the through line for this year’s edition. You’ll find yourself inside a stream of images or inside a storm, surrounded by subtle and fragmented soundscapes or powerful sonic environments.

As soon as you step in, you will be transported in another world. There is (almost) nothing to be afraid of…

Next to these three main pieces (La dispersion du fils, ReACTOR and Nemo Observatorium), VISIONS will also feature ‘softer’ pieces by young Brussels and Moroccan makers. And to make things even more interesting, we have a little surprise for you: you will be asked to step in the space in an unusual fashion, feet first!

Avec le soutien de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, de Wallonie-Bruxelles International et d'Awaln'art.

La Dispersion du Fils

Jean Michel Bruyère

Avec Matthew McGinity, Delphine Varas & Thierry Arredondo

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La Dispersion du Fils is a collection of more than 22,000 sequences from more than 500 movies that was designed for AVIE (Advanced Visualisation and Interaction Environment).

You will be immersed in a chaotic stream of 360° images for a trip with no end point. You will encounter Diane and Acteon, you will catch fragments of meanings like oracles deciphering patterns in the sky. This impressive and breath-taking piece is another proof of Jean Michel Bruyère major visionary talent.

ReACTOR

Sarah Kenderdine & Jeffrey Shaw

With the screenings of pieces created by Robert Lepage and Saburo Teshigawara

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The ReACTOR’s hexagon creates 3D scenes projecting stereoscopic images in different angles. Walking around the device, you will see the same scenes filmed from different angle.

There will be two screenings: a scene from Robert Lepage’s LIPSYNCH that was recreated for this project and filmed by ten cameras and an original piece of work created by Saburo Teshigawa for the ReActor