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  • Lyon, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France, French Republic



  • ISEA2020

    For artist’s duo Scenocosme –Gregory Lasserre & Anais met den Ancxt– interaction in their artworks emerges from using multiple kinds of expression. They design interactive artworks in which spectators share extraordinary sensory experiences that encourage them to think about our invisible relationship with the environment. Their installations come from possible hybridizations between technology and living world in order to explore different artistic process of meetings, crossings, symbolic interactions.

    Their artworks are exhibited in museums, contemporary art centres, and digital art festivals across the world : ZKM Karlsruhe Centre for Art and Media (Germany), Daejeon Museum of Art (Korea), Museum Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (Canada), NCCA (Moscow), CAM Raleigh (USA), and Bòlit Centre d’Art Contemporani (Girona), Art Center Nabi / INDAF (Seoul), BIACS3 / Biennial International of Contemporary Art of Seville (Spain), Biennial Experimenta (Australia), NAMOC / National Art Museum of China (Beijing) etc.


    Under this name, Grégory Lasserre and AnaÏs met den Ancxt work together. They live in France. Their singular artworks use diverse expressions: interactive installations, visual art, digital art, sound art, collective performances etc…. They explore digital technology in order to find substances of dreams, poetries, sensitivities and delicacies. They overturn various technologies in order to create contemporary artworks and to draw sensitive relationships through specific stagings where senses are augmented. Their works came from possible hybridizations between the living world and technology which meeting points incite them to invent sensitive and poetic languages. Their artistic process is characterised by the introduction of natural elements in their technological art installation, like plants, stones, water, wood, human body. They are also interested by the living bodies and the influences of energy as sources of sensitive interactions like electrostatic energy and heat. They also explore invisible relationships with our environment: they can feel energetic variations of living beings. They design interactive artworks, and choregraphic collective performances, in which spectators share extraordinary sensory experiences.



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