Archivi Tag: Lemercier


annamaria monteverdi/ Novembre 5, 2017/ videoarte, videomapping

No-logram INTERACTIVE SCREENLESS PROJECTIONS by JOANIE LEMERCIER “I’m obsessed with projections in mid-air, ever since I first saw Princess Leia ‘so-called’ hologram, and I dreamed for years of having a go at Tom Cruise’s UX in minority report. I’ve used various techniques to explore similar aesthetics: peppers ghost (used in the Tupac Coachella concert), semi transparent screens, mirrors and lenses, which are often referred to as “holograms” but

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Joanie Lemercier: screenless experiment.

annamaria monteverdi/ Luglio 15, 2017/ light art, videomapping

Projections: Joanie Lemercier Music: Principles of Geometry – Roanoke   THIS IS NOT A HOLOGRAM ! Holograms are still images captured on photographic plate with a laser, and were invented in 1971. THIS IS A VIDEO PROJECTION appearing to float in the air and following the viewers perspective, overlayed with the real world. Unlike AR and VR, no headset, device

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Light as a medium, Space as a canvas: the art of Joanie Lemercier (AntiVJ)

annamaria monteverdi/ Agosto 5, 2015/ digital art, FOCUS

Joanie Lemercier is a French artist primarily focused on projections of light in space and its influence on our perception. Lemercier was introduced to creating art on a computer at age five by attending classes on pattern design for fabrics taught by his mother. The threads of his early education grounded his interest in physical structures: geometry, patterns, and minimalist forms. As Lemercier’s work evolved,

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