IMMERSIVE FAMILY PROJECTIONS – LAMPARIUM | Société des arts technologiques

IMMERSIVE FAMILY PROJECTIONS – LAMPARIUM


09 Mar au 11 May 2019
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Satosphère
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Since last fall, the Society for Arts and Technology [SAT] has been opening its doors to families with a special series of immersive projections under the dome of the Satosphère!

This winter, the immersive film Lamparium will plunge you into the heart of an imaginary world full of surprising luminous characters...You will embark on a brilliant journey through fields, forests, and sparkling metropolises, inhabited by animated lamps that are sure to dazzle the whole family!

A kids menu (macaroni and cheese) will also be available at the Labo Culinaire Foodlab after the show.

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Saturdays from March 9 to May 11, 2019 – At 4:30 p.m.
Recommended for children ages 7+
In the Satosphère

Length : 45 minutes

Adults : 20$
Seniors (ages 60+) : 18$
Students : 15$
Children and teens (ages 18 and under) : 10$
Family discount (2 adults and 2 children-teens) : 55$

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Tickets can also purchased on site before the shows.


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CREATIVE TEAM

SÉVERINE FONTAINE
Conception, writing and direction

Séverine Fontaine is a French multidisciplinary artist. She artistically directs Cie IKB, based in Lyon, which has been working for three years on the development of Franco-Québécois collaborations. She creates installations that connect humans and light, including the monumental work Incandescence, which is presented internationally. For her projects, she surrounds herself with teams of creators and collaborators of all kinds.

She toured her last piece Regards in 2016 in Quebec and prepared the new show Identités for September 2018 at Usine C. Her next monumental interactive light work You Light is currently being designed.

CHRISTIAN LEMERCIER
2D/3D image creation, animation and motion design

His first experiences were in the field of architecture, with a passion for the 3D tool, as well as in video game creation, followed by 3D film animation. Strengthened by his experiences and through a series of meetings, he became a freelance 3D illustrator in 2005.

He has worked notably for Caribara, Mood Media, Mareal, SNCF Réseau, Adrenaline, le Centre Culturel de la Porte de Maurienne and Dreambox Agency. He mainly works with the following software: Autodesk 3DS Studio Max, V-ray and Photoshop. He created the 2D and 3D animated images for the Regards show by Séverine Fontaine.

LUC PARAT
2D/3D image creation, animation and motion design

From 2005 to 2006, he was in charge of creating video content for the SFR account of Mood Media. Since 2007, he is an independent artistic director. He works regularly on campaigns for SFR, Yves Rocher, Crédit Agricole, Volkswagen, Total, Virgin, La Poste, Essilor and recently for Générale de santé, APHP, Nestlé and Communauté de communes Porte de Maurienne.

Regards, and the graphics for Ottilie and Stromaé’s shows in collaboration with Adrénaline Studio.

CLAUDE GOMEZ
Music creation and sound design

Using electronics, he builds his music from references and micro-events. He sculpts this sound matter by using Click’n'Cut to release a unique musical discourse. His artistic meetings quickly connected him to multifaceted expressions as an improviser on the Jazz and modern music scenes. He composes for Danse, Theatre, Installations / Immersive Performances, and presents his work in diverse instrumental forms. He has collaborated musically with Cie IKB for 10 years.

He released his first electronic music album, Paracétamol Créativo Vol1, under the pseudonym KLODE. He is an associate professor and researcher at the Savoie Mont Blanc University.

BRUNO SOURBIER
Lighting creation

Bruno is Séverine Fontaine’s faithful collaborator for her creations. He designed the lighting for the shows Un Siècle de mémoires, Filaments, and Regards. He also currently works for the dance company Arcosm (France) with which he tours internationally.

He has followed the musical tours of numerous groups and worked in technical direction for Grame, Lyon Biennale Musique en Scène and for the Festival Musique Classique des Arcs.