Etienne Bernardot
HYBRID ARTIST:

Visual creation, scenography, light design
PERFORMANCES, LIVING ART, INSTALLATIONS
   
Le Sonart
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First working session with the Sonart company at Stéréolux, Nantes, March 2019.

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Ephemeral light installation
Design and implementation: Etienne Bernardot
With the support of Cinélumière de Paris

This creation was made especially for the inauguration of the Folie Numérique on January 12, 2018.
http://folie-numerique.fr/
[ EcHo ] installation numérique vivante










Conception, visual and sound creation: Etienne Bernardot
Choreography and performance: Ilia Gilbertas

Selection of dates: Folie Numérique, Paris (january 2018), LUX festival, Besançon (oct-2015), festival VISION'R, Montreuil (june-2016), les Fééries Nocturnes, Crévoux (july-august-2016)

[EcHo] is a live digital installation and playful..

The audience is invited to play with their own image, to choose the trace that they want to leave in the machine. .

In our contemporary societies, where the image is omnipresent due to the multiplicity of dissemination and capture media, EcHo raises the question of the control we have on our image.

Each person passing in front of the module of mirrors will see his image materialize on large screen, inviting him to manipulate it as it wishes. The more it plays with the module, with its image, the more the machine offers it "material". Images of other spectators who have already passed and whose "trail" travels with installation throughout the world, like a social network parallel and palpable.

Images of "La Danseuse" allegory both of the ego of each, of the digital memory, and of the collective unconscious.






Report on the VISION'R festival
Director: Claire Boubé
Artists: Alexandre Urbrain, Joan Giner, Olivier Ratsi, Edouard Suffrin and Clémentine Poquet


HÉMISPHÈRE, installation interactive




Visual creation and scenography: Etienne Bernardot
Sound creation: Stéphane Bissières

Sélection of dates: Festival SILHOUETTE, plage du Glazart Paris (august-2015), ALTER PANAME, Paris (april-2015), Le TETRIS, le Havre (january-2015), les Fééries Nocturnes, Crévoux (july-august-2015)

The public is invited to plunge their hands inside this hemisphere to generate images and sounds through the use of sensors.

The interaction is an integral part of this installation, in different forms. First a digital interaction through gestural capture, but also analog by the possibility given to the public to play with smoke, a spray of water, light.

Hemisphere is an organic, immersive experience. The sound is generated with the fingertips and images are created in the cauldron inside the hands, like a hologram, an illusion.

It is an experience to live from within by the "inter-actor", but also from the outside by the audience. Thus, each man - machine pair creates a different universe that is built and transformed into direct before our eyes. The computer has a free will allowing it to enter into a form of dialogue with the interactor. More than a means of control, it is a real interface of exchange between the man and the machine.





FUGITIF(S) La Bande Annonce




Conception, scenography, video: Judith Baudinet
Performance: Nathalie Blanc, Emmanuel Salinger
Video creation, light design, computer programming: Etienne Bernardot
Music: Xtronik, Drumpixhel

Production: KSKF

Ambulatory multimedia installation

From "The invention of Morel" by Adolfio Bioy Casares

On a deserted island, a fleeing litigant discovers fantastic things when he thinks he is alone ... Adapted from the invention of Morel by Adolfo Bioy Casares, Fugitive (s) addresses the notion of temporal paradox.

The installation gathers a multitude of proposals and artistic mediums which, used jointly or singularly, tell an unusual and terribly intriguing story, in which the visitors integrate ...


Selection of dates: Festival "Sortie de Chantier" (Paris, April. 2010), Festival "Les Féeries Nocturnes" (Embrun, May 2007), Festival "Temps Danse" (Blanc-Mesnil, Oct. 2005), Festival "Frictions" (Dijon, May 2005).