For the first time, Hexalab invites the artists of Nohlab for an unprecedented audiovisual creation projected on the newly renovated facade of the Church of Madeleine, in the heart of downtown Aix-en-Provence.
As an international studio of interdisciplinary creation around art, design and technology, Nohlab have already presented their work at ISEA, Signal, OFFF, TedX, Vivid, Sonar Istanbul and World Government Summit, and received awards from Culturespaces, ARS Electronica and Japan Media Arts Festival.
This new show, called CYCLE, is a four-part audiovisual experience inspired in particular by the combinatorial game theory invented by John Horton Conway’s Game of Life theory, the theory of primordial particle systems, emergent life systems, simple structures building complex ones, as well as biotechnology and synthetic evolution. Exploring the theme of eternity, CYCLE incorporates the repeating behavioral patterns of things, and shows us how they are essential to continue the cycle of existence.
An astonishing visual spectacle, which takes us to the origins of creation and the reproduction of cells, from the infinitely small to the infinitely large and to the borders of space and time.
From 4th to 17 jan. 2021 from 6p.m to 8:30p.m
8’30 (in loop)
Eglise de la Madeleine, Place des Prêcheurs, Aix-en-Provence
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Nohlab is an international interdisciplinary creation studio for art, design and technology. Based in Turkey, it brings together specific skills from all around the world to create its projects.
Its creations have been presented in numerous international festivals and events such as ISEA, Signal, OFFF, TedX, Vivid, Sonar Istanbul and World Government Summit, and have received awards from Culturespaces, ARS Electronica and Japan Media Arts Festival. The studio has also worked with many brands and organizations including Chanel, Pink Floyd, Target, Audi, Nike, the Scriabin Museum, Atelier des Lumières and EA Theatre.
One of the specificities of Nohlab’s creations, in addition to the relationship between art, technology and design through increasingly spectacular sensory experiences, is their attempt to bring organic life and the virtual world closer together.
Each of their creations is seen as a new challenge, combining high standards and technological challenges, whilst remaining simple and accessible, aiming to attract the general public.
Direction & Design: Nohlab