2011 reconstituted 2015 — 10 installations

An exhibit-path along ten installations designed to physically engage audiences. The meaning of four letters in mathematical language is the key to open an imaginary landscape bordering visual and performance arts.

Because X (horizontality) Y (verticality) Z (depth) and T (time) can describe a point’s movement in space, they also carry the essence of the potential place of that movement. The path, crossing a nature represented geometrically and organically, is responsive to visitors, who can play with the light in a landscape of lines, points and letters as they explore a vibrant and fleeting virtual environment generating dance and movement. Images are created in real time from physical movement modelling.


Conception, art direction, graphic design and scenography 
Claire Bardainne & Adrien Mondot

Computer design 
Adrien Mondot

Computing devices and sound control 
Lois Drouglazet

Design and construction 
Martin Gautron, assisted by Charles Boinot

Sound design 
Christophe Sartori

Light design 
Jeremy Chartier

Exhibition set-up 
Loïs Drouglazet, Jean-Marc Lanoë, Claire Gringore

English narration 
Robin Parmalee

Technical management 
Jean-Marc Lanoë

Technical direction 
Raphaël Guénot

Marek Vuiton, assisté de Mathis Guyetand

Margaux Fritsch, Delphine Teypaz, Juli Allard-Schaefer

Mediation et production 
Johanna Guerreiro

Adrien M & Claire B


Atelier Arts-Sciences (CEA Grenoble, Hexagone Scène Nationale Arts Sciences – Meylan, CCSTI La Casemate, Grenoble)

Espace Jean Legendre Compiègne Theatre

Lux, Scène nationale de Valence

Les Subsistances, Lyon

Planetarium, City of Vaulx-en-Velin

City of Tourcoing

Conseil Régional Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

Conseil Général de l’Isère


Le Pacifique, CDC Grenoble

Noirlac Abbey - Centre culturel de rencontre

The Adrien M & Claire B company is accredited by DRAC Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Region, and supported by the City of Lyon.

© Laurence Fragnol
© Romain Etienne - item

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