Chloé Jarry

From print to digital, Chloé Jarry is one of those artists who invent new ways of producing cultural content.

Updated on 30/04/2019

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Mia Rodriguez Sarmiento

An engineer, specialising in cultural management and the management of audiovisual post-production, Colombian Mia Rodriguez Sarmiento campaigns for the international development of the immersive realities sector. In March she was in France for Laval Virtual, an international trade show dedicated to...

Updated on 10/05/2019

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Dive into the heart of French VR

In recent years, virtual reality has established itself as one of the most interesting technologies in digital, cultural and artistic creation. This is evidenced, particularly in France, by the great diversity of content produced: fiction, documentaries, hybrid experiences combining VR and live...

Updated on 09/04/2019

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Chloé Desmoineaux

After graduating from the École Supérieure d’Art d’Aix-en-Provence in 2014, Chloé Desmoineaux has produced many projects. Interested in feminism, she creates media experiments involving performances, videos and even video games. Already the organiser of the Art Games Demos evenings, now she is also...

Updated on 06/03/2020

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White Night, by Osome Studio

Invented by a small team from Lyon, White Night is a retro-style video game inspired by the cinema. This unique style has earned this French game an international reputation.

Published on 15/10/2019

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A Plague Tale: Innocence, by Asobo Studio

Released on 14th May 2019, A Plague Tale: Innocence is the latest creation from Asobo Studio. This 100% French adventure video game stands out thanks to the way it plunges players into the history of 1348 Aquitaine and calls on their moral compass as they fight to survive.

Published on 19/10/2019

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Isle of the Dead (LÎle des morts"), by Benjamin Nuel

Isle of the Dead is a contemplative journey in virtual reality by Benjamin Nuel, adapted from the famous, eponymous painting created by Arnold Böcklin in 1883. Isle of the Dead takes the viewer to the heart of this picture, in an immersion which enables us to better understand its meaning.

Updated on 20/11/2020

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The VR Arles Festival in Paris

After the success of its first edition in February 2019, the VR Arles Festival is once again coming to Paris for a weekend.

Updated on 22/01/2020

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Laurence Bagot

A journalist for 15 years, in 2008 Laurence Bagot co-founded narrative, a new media production company. Based on the observation that digital technology is everywhere in our lives, it is committed to integrating it into museum culture. Since 2018, she has headed up PXN’s “Collège Expo”, which brings...

Updated on 03/12/2019

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Sabrina Calvo

Known for her love of the absurd and magical realism, Sabrina Calvo has many strings to her bow: writer, designer, screenwriter, video game designer... In 2018, she won the Grand Prix de l’Imaginaire for her novel Toxoplasma. She has just co-written a virtual reality fiction with Charles Ayats...

Updated on 31/01/2020

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Hoël Duret - Low exhibition at Villa Merkel

The exhibition – low – is about creating tension, parallel worlds, future technologies and hopes that slightly absurd. It brings together a monumental installation, a video, paintings, strange illuminated artefacts and glyphs left by an extinct branch of humanity. 

In this exhibition, Hoël Duret...

Updated on 28/09/2020

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Antoine Cayrol

For the past 15 years, Antoine Cayrol, producer and cofounder of Atlas V, produces virtual reality content that has won awards at the major festivals. The content features: Spheres (2018), Ayahuasca (Kosmik Journey) (2019) or Gloomy Eyes (2020). 

Updated on 08/10/2021

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The Dawn of Art, by Pierre Zandrowicz

The Dawn of Art (2020) is a virtual reality experience directed by Pierre Zandrowicz. This cinematic, immersive and poetic experience allows the user to set out to see the paintings in the Chauvet Cave (Ardèche), which has been closed to the public since its discovery in 1994.

Updated on 28/05/2021

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