LED _Experiments in Digital_


L:ED is a Laboratory of Experiments in Digital

Plug-and-play solutions.
Innovative experiences
Transversal expertise
Multi-disciplinary artists 
Creations for all kind of events
 
LED offers digital works as services: all the innovations of digital art tailored to meet your needs.
 
About
 
The L:ED is a Laboratory of Experiments in Digital.
We are making your digital experiences desires come true by creating your projects or by offering you plug-and-play solutions.
For all your events, whether professional (fairs, seminars, conventions...) or festive (parties, festivals, animations...), we create with you the best way to promote your brand, your product or even youreslf in the digital era. Stage design, recreational and interactive installations, immersive video mapping, audiovisual shows and performances, VJing or motion design, we use all kinds of techniques to ensure that your target remembers you.
 
Our expertise
 
From conception and installation to production, we will assist you and we will take over your project at every step
1, We conceptualize a digital experience within its environment. 
2, We create this digital work, produce contents, develop interactions
3, We implement this creation and install it where you want to.
 
Our vision
 
We are artists (video, sound, photo, music, drawing, dance, theater) who have mixed their disciplines with digital.
But we are and remain communication and digital marketing professionals (consultants, webdesigners, developers, ergonomists, project managers...). We are artists with both feet on the ground. We are focused on your needs and imperatives. As a result, your goals are always at the core of the work and creation we make for you. We instinctively know how to insert ourselves into your communication devices.
Finally, in our vision of digital art, digital artworks can not be limited to computers. Digital still has many unsuspected fields we want to explore with you.
 
Our work has been the subject of numerous exhibitions, projections and installations in France and abroad (Europe, Canada, United States, Colombia, Argentina, Australia, etc.) in recognized events or places with an international scope .
 
 
 
 

Living Matters

Living matters seeks to reinitiate a symbiosis between humanity and its environment by highlighting the impact of human presence in a controlled space.
 
The whole installation consists of three areas corresponding to three metaphors of natural areas (a jungle, a garden and a waterfall) where the presence and actions of the participants build, order and recompose an harmonious environment to illustrate the possibility that the action of mankind can be positive and beneficial to nature.
 
 
The jungle consists in vines falling from the ceiling which produce music by the touch of the participants..
 
At the heart of the garden is a raised sandbox that vibrates. The vibrations generates geometric patterns on the sand which will evolve according to the participants’ move and position..
 
The waterfall consists of an endless mirror, a mist screen on the ground and a set of stones. Aquatic textures are projected onto the mirror and on the ground. Those textures evolve and change while the participants manipulate the stones.
 

 

The concept:

The first things that come to mind when it comes to the consequences of human activity on the environment are negative: depletion of natural resources, mass extinction, climate change ... But this point of view stems from the principle that human beings are purely cultural and therefore essentially unnatural. Indeed, focusing on the current environmental situation is to forget the past 10,000 years of human history in which humanity and nature evolved together in harmony. The nature of today is not natural: even in the heart of the countryside or in the depths of a forest, the landscape has been shaped by humans. The location of the fields, meadows, forests and plant and animal species are the result of choices of human societies.
The current perception of environmental risk stems from the very same bias. Indeed, nature is changing: the landscape changes due to droughts and floods, crop boundaries change and so on. But nature in itself does not disappear. The true wild nature persists. The domesticated one disappears. And this because human beings perceived themselves unnatural mentally allowing them to consider the environment as a commodity and not as a living space.
Living matters seeks to reinitiate a symbiosis between humanity and its environment by highlighting the impact of human presence in a controlled space. The whole installation consists of three areas corresponding to three metaphors of natural areas where the presence and actions of the participants build, order and recompose an harmonious environment to illustrate the possibility that the action of mankind can be positive and beneficial to nature. Living Matters wants to regain the paradigm lost: human nature.
 
With the support of le Château ephémère

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