Water Light Graffiti by Antonin Fourneau, created in the Digitalarti Artlab

water light graffiti by antonin fourneau in digitalarti artlab

For a few weeks, Antonin Fourneau has been working in residence at Digitalarti Artlab on the Water Light Graffiti project : a wall made of LED which light up when touched by water. After several tries, prototypes and material improvements, Water Light Graffiti was finally ready to take place for a few days in a public space, which happened to be Poitiers. From July 22nd to 24th, Poitiers inhabitants could discover and try Water Light Graffiti with the artist, the Digitalarti Artlab team and Painthouse, a graffiti collective, invited for demonstrations.

Go through Water Light Graffiti's story and exhibitions around the world.

The prototypes period video : at this link
All the photographs of the public exhibition in Poitiers : at this link


gif : prostheticknowledge 


gif : prostheticknowledge

Water Light Graffiti is a project of Antonin Fourneau 
Engineer : Jordan McRae
Design Structure : Guillaume Stagnaro
Graffiti performance : Collectif Painthouse
Assistant team: Clement Ducerf and all the ArtLab volunteers
ArtLab Manager: Jason Cook
Production Digitalarti (digitalarti.com)

Filming: Sarah Taurinya & Quentin Chevrier
Photographs: Quentin Chevrier
Music: Jankenpopp (soundcloud.com/jankenpopp)
Editing and titles: Formidable Studio and Maïa Bompoutou

Support : Ville de Poitiers and Centre Culturel Saint Exupéry

Contact : info@digitalarti.com
Exhibitions and artwork rental : services@digitalarti.com
Keep posted with our exhibitions and the next Artlab creations : http://bit.ly/S3ledV

 

 

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