“The visual effect is impressive [...] A crushing sensation, a feeling of discomfort which evolves according to the choreography of the metal plates. [...] Nothing appears to be stable. There is an incessant deconstruction and readjustment of the surrounding space.”
“The interest of Cinétose goes beyond its achievement on a graphic, audio or sensorial level. It also lies in a delicate emotional charge carried by its animated metal sheets.”
“A strong image and a powerful experience. [...] A sky torn by lightning that eventually becomes the ground in a choreography of tectonic plates and sonic earthquakes. It is the rounds shot at the Potemkin.”
This hybrid creation presents itself as a large scale electromechanic installation that comprise steel sheets that are used both as sound instruments and scenic apparatus. Attached to a mobile grid over the audience, the large steel plates perform a series of movements while descending towards the public. With Cinétose, Projet EVA immerses the audience into a unique somatic experience where the robotic choreography gradually generate an impairment of spatial representation.
Sound and Robotics
Photo and Video Documentation