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SphèrAléas, Gregory Lasserre and Anaïs met den Ancxt

SphèrAléas, Gregory Lasserre and Anaïs met den Ancxt

 

Gregory Lasserre and Anaïs met den Ancxt are two artists who work together as a duo under the name Scenocosme. They live in France.

In their artworks, they develop the concept of interactivity by using multiple kind of expression: art, technology, sounds and architecture.
Mixing art and digital technology, they find substances of dreams, poetries, sensitivities and delicacies. They also explore the invisible bonds which link us to our environment: they feel ad give representation to the energetic variations of living beings. They design interactive artworks, and choreographic collective performances, where spectators share extraordinary sensory experiences.

SphèrAléas, Gregory Lasserre and Anaïs met den Ancxt

SphèrAléas, Gregory Lasserre and Anaïs met den Ancxt

 

Interactive and digital art, installation, design, music, architecture… are combined in the projects realised by Scenocosme.

Gregory and Anaïs’ works were presented in several contemporary art and digital art spaces.

SphèrAléas, Gregory Lasserre and Anaïs met den Ancxt

SphèrAléas, Gregory Lasserre and Anaïs met den Ancxt

 

Since 2004, they have exhibited their interactive installation artworks at ZKM Karlsruhe Centre for Art and Media (Germany), Museum Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (Canada), Daejeon Museum of Art (Korea), Contemporary Art Museum Raleigh (USA), Bòlit – Centre d’Art Contemporani (Girona) and in many international biennials and festivals: Art Center Nabi – INDAF (Seoul); Biennial Experimenta (Australia); BIACS 3 – Biennial International of Contemporary Art of Seville (Spain); NAMOC – National Art Museum of China, TransLife. International Triennial of New Media Art (Beijing); C.O.D.E (Canada); Futuresonic (UK); WRO (Poland); FAD (Brasil); ISEA - International Symposium on Electronic Art (2009 Belfast, 2011 Istanbul, 2012 Albuquerque); EXIT; VIA; Lille3000; Ososphere; Scopitone; Seconde nature (France).

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SphèrAléas, Gregory Lasserre and Anaïs met den Ancxt

 

Their works have also been on exhibit during several important events – World Expo (Shanghai), Nuits Blanches (Toronto, Halifax, Bruxelles, Brighton, Amiens, Segovia), Fête des lumières (Lyon) – and in various art centres: MONA (Australia), MUDAC (Lausanne), Fondation Claude Verdan (Lausanne), Musée Ianchelevici (Belgium), Kibla (Slovenia), Villa Romana (Florence), Utsikten Kunstsenter (Norway), Watermans (UK), Centre des arts d’Enghien-les-Bains (Paris), La Gaîté Lyrique (Paris) etc.

 

Sources:  www.scenocosme.com and www.digitalartarchive.at

 

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