From February 13 to 15, 2020 at Maison MINATEC – Grenoble
Between images and optical phenomena, Yann Nguéma presents three fascinating and poetic interactive artistic installations.
Welcome to MOA, your personal assistant!
An invitation to come and feel real powerful feelings in a virtual fictitious universe.
By what are we driven? When our choices seem increasingly conditioned, how much freedom do we have left?
Kinetic installation, a visual experience accompanied by an acoustic and musical composition that explores the possibilities offered by water as a sculptural materiel.
An interactive work that is a system of inter-species communication
An artistic object derived from the Tamagotchi, prolongs the questioning on otherness. What role can we give to machines, to artificial intelligence?
On three screens you are invited to observe tulips evolving under the influence of the price of the bitcoin.
Two artificial intelligences “converse” with one another in autonomous mode.
An interactive sculpture installation made using small robots known as “Blinky Blocks”.
An installation in which eight eggs have an endless conversation.
The Cached experience offers an insight into your digital reflection by revealing how the silhouette of your on-line activity is interpreted and depicted by the social networks’ contemporary algorithms.
An interactive sound installation comprising a network of 51 suspended, inter-connected Indian temple bells under which the visitor is invited to stroll.
In front of a beach that is filmed live by a Webcam, an artificial voice recites a text.
ARTificial Intelligence MARY plays the role of an atypical futuristic psychologist who studies the mental health of human beings by dialoguing with them. Talk with MARY. She is waiting for you!
KompleX KapharnaüM attempts through its projects to transform public space into a scenic space and experiments with different ways of occupying this space.
A new digital approach to the works of artists Rembrandt, Jongkind and Carpeaux through temporal and interactive drawing.
A poetic sound and visual performance that imagines a fantasy moving city that immerses us in 2070.
How well is the human being able to measure the challenges and impacts of technological innovations today?
An interactive photographic installation that questions the relations inhabitants enter into with their environment.
An installation in which a robot carries out preventive punishment in the context of his potential future disobedience.
Based on a loose adaptation of classic or contemporary texts around the mythical figure of Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
Carbon Black is a sensitive and aesthetic invitation to become aware of the pollution of the anthropic air.
Line Wobbler is a one-dimensional game that links a joystick to a long four-meter strip of super-bright LEDs.
Qantum Garden is a bright interactive installation that demonstrates the important concepts of quantum computing.
Performances, reading, theatrical wandering
A journey in space and time! An author dreams and designs a place that condenses a thousand others.
Immersion in the Renault company.
For the first time the Hexagone front window will be transformed into a video installation!
With the series Dolor, Charlotte Audureau proposes work that is both documentary and experimental.
Les Modernes book store will be present during the 3 days of the show.