Moments

The Atelier des Lumières is also presenting a new fifteen-minute visual and audio work in its STUDIO. Adapted to and designed for Le Studio in the Atelier des Lumières, ‘Moments’ was created by using Impressionist paintings, scanned in a very high resolution. These works in closeup become pigments-fine particles and coloured suspended components of painting. Using an algorithm, the captivating images evolve and begin to move, creating a sensorial journey into the abstract-fleeting moments inspired by the great masters of light and shade.

After ‘Monet, Renoir, and Chagall; Journeys Around the Mediterranean’, which presents major works by the Impressionists, this work by Melt immerses visitors in a constant flow of movement and an explosion of colour.

Duration: 15 mins 

The visual creation studio Melt

MELT is an interdisciplinary studio that focuses on creating unique experiences on every level and in every form. Whether they are virtual reality experiences, shows on a grand scale, or interactive encounters, their works have attracted international attention because of a distinctive audiovisual approach that combines powerful images and a human touch. The studio is run by the creative duo Kamila Staszczyszyn and Kuba Matyka (who appeared in the Financial Times’ ‘New Europe 100’ list of Central and Eastern Europe’s brightest and best in 2016).

The Atelier des Lumières is also presenting a new fifteen-minute visual and audio work in its STUDIO. Adapted to and designed for Le Studio in the Atelier des Lumières, ‘Moments’ was created by using Impressionist paintings, scanned in a very high resolution. These works in closeup become pigments-fine particles and coloured suspended components of painting. Using an algorithm, the captivating images evolve and begin to move, creating a sensorial journey into the abstract-fleeting moments inspired by the great masters of light and shade.

After ‘Monet, Renoir, and Chagall; Journeys Around the Mediterranean’, which presents major works by the Impressionists, this work by Melt immerses visitors in a constant flow of movement and an explosion of colour.