I will be presenting my theoretical research on computational cinema for the first time in a French-speaking academic context, at the University of Lausanne, as part of a doctoral school on language sciences and narratology organized by Raphaël Baroni and Françoise Revaz.
Is there a language of interactivity ? What is digital cinema ? How do multi-linear narratives relate to David Lewis’ philosophy of possible worlds ? My respondent will be Françoise Lavocat.
A Genève, vernissage de ma nouvelle installation vidéo générative «Tempus fugit»
dans l’exposition collective de Infolipo dédiée à la mémoire de Ferdinand de Saussure.
Un pourcentage des œuvres vendues reviendra à la Fondation Pro Juventute.
I have been elected co-President of OLPC Switzerland, for the French-speaking part,
together with Urs Lerch, who obtained his PhD from TU Berlin on the subject of
open source software development.
Our mission is to familiarize children with computing technologies, all around the world.
An entire play executed for only one spectator is as close as one can get to the
imaginary «Holodeck», when simulating immersive interactive narrative
In this performance, I pretend to be having dinner with the spectator, allowing
him or her to turn a wheel which modifies the status of our fictional relationship.
Work in progress presented during Les Urbaines, at Espace Arlaud, with the SINLAB,
on the theme of performance art and interactive technologies, on Nov 30-Dec 2.