The project consists of experimenting with the outputs of the cameras installed in the Phi center space and their distribution. We want to create a visual and sound composition in real time, mixing light pulses and interference and in a duration approach. We favor a slow evolution, which can induce a state of trance or hypnosis.

Concluding a series of live broadcast sleepover/residencies organized by the center, our intervention included the use of interferences and phase shift patterns happening between the "shutter speed" of cameras and the "duty cycle" of light devices installed on different spaces.
The resulting luminous composition, invisible to the naked eye, emerges from the interweaving of refreshing cycles of luminous objects mediated by cameras. 

A piece that stands out from its physical component and becomes visible exclusively from the 9 different “live feeds” accessible to the public, from the PHI center website

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  • In situ :  Phi center March 2021


Led, controllers

Credits & Info

Project in collaboration with Myriam Bleau