Vincent Morisset at Muda
Oct.13, 2018 - Feb.3, 2019. Zurich . More info
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Museum of Digital Art // Pfingstweidstrasse 101, 8005 Zurich, Switzerland
"Vincent Morisset , Way to Go, 2014. Interactive online experience. © Museum of Digital Art.
" Zurich’s Museum of Digital Art presents the first solo show of Canadian multimedia artist Vincent Morisset and is a must-see for its digital, interactive experiences designed with both children and adults in mind.
" The founder and director of the AATOAA studio made a name in 2007 when introducing computer interfaces to online videos with his piece Neon Bible, the first interactive music video which he built for Arcade Fire using mouse-clicking to trigger neon lights and gestures of the band’s lead singer.
" Always working with a cinematographic storyline and exploring possibilities for different narratives, Morisset advances animation to interactivity notably with Blabla (2011) and Way to Go (2014).
" In 2018 his feature in the exhibition “Capitaine Futur” at the Gaîté Lyrique gave him the opportunity to develop real-life interactions through sensors, wind-blowing, and touching walls. His latest projects like The Reflektors connects his images to a device, for instance tracking phones’ distance and inclination to shape visuals. In joining directly and intuitively participants to his content, Morisset merges video games mechanisms with a new realm of aesthetic experiences.