Enter in the round of the stars. And take a first step in virtual reality, with Spheres , Eliza McNitt, produced by Darren Aronofsky, Ari Handel and the French studio Atlas V. Until the end of march, the galerie Cinema Anne-Dominique Toussaint offers to live this fascinating experience visual, tactile, acoustic interplanetary space, to the fringes of science and art It is necessary to begin by descending into a cave, between the curtains of nylon grey phosphorescent astronauts, to see then propelled into space, duly helmeted and equipped with levers to move through the planets.
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across is the word, because the traveler is prompted to enter in the interior of stars who approach him: touch, here you are suddenly in the midst of the waves they produce, chromatic movements and sounds mysterious. The music of the spheres is not a vain word, even if the discoveries in astrophysics have given him another sense than that of Pythagoras. You can talk with these sound waves: the sound of your voice, the planets meet by musical vibrations.
” I would like to thanks to the virtual reality rendering the mysteries of the universe understandable by the greatest number. I want to show that science is a language, and that it is audible to all – ”
We found ourselves literally perched on the night and the empty. Or absorbed into a black hole. Dizziness, and poetic wonder… “I would like to thanks to the virtual reality rendering the mysteries of the universe understandable by the greatest number. I want to show that science is a language, and that it is audible by all. She tells stories,” said Eliza McNitt, who has designed his interstellar travel in three episodes (all during 45 minutes): Chorus of the Cosmos, Songs of Spacetime , and Pale Blue Dot . With comments spoken by Jessica Chastain, Millie Bobby Brown, and Patti Smith in the original version, by Adèle Exarchopoulos, Léa Seydoux and Jane Birkin in the French version.
“Anomalia” by Caroline Corbasson and “March 05-10 2015” Patrick Tosani. CAROLINE CORBASSON, MONTEVERITA, PATRICK TOSANI, GALERIE In Situ – Fabienne Feclerc
To come back to earth gently, the gallery offers to the ground floor, an exhibition dedicated to the exploration of space, including photographs of Jean-Pierre Haigneré taken of the MIR station, the works of Charlotte The Good or Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige.
Spheres, the gallery Cinema, 26, rue Saint-Claude, Paris IIIe. Until 28 February and from 6 to 30 march.
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