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Stefane Perraud
This project is a reflexion on light and matters. The title plays with the two meanings regarding the project itself that play back and forth with idea of scale time and space.
Stefane Perraud

Stefane Perraud is a visual artist coming from the performance and the multimedia scene.

He is represented by Galerie De Roussan in Paris since 2013. He has been shown in several exhibitions and solo shows at Art center of UH in Hawaii, Triennale in Milan, NYU Abu Dhabi, La Malterie de Lille, Le Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, Plateforme Paris, WE project et Maison Particulière in Bruxelles, YiA art Fair, Volta Basel, Art Paris, Choices Paris, Drawing Now Paris.

Since 2003 he has created a series of performances such as Breaking and Writing Spaces in collaboration with the French author Eli Commins. His shows have been seen at CNES,La chartreuse, Le Théâtre de la Cité Internationale or La Cité Nationale de l’Histoire de l’Immigration in Paris. He is also working with the choreographer Trajal Harell since 2011 on light settings (MOMA NYC, Mona Bismark Paris, KunstHalleZurich, Barbican London, Walker Art Center Minneapolis)

Light matters project

The main idea is therefore to burst or reverse the scale of the experiments driven at the HOT laboratory, in order to decline them in one or several installations at a human scale and without artifacts.
We will therefore be able to imagine, for instance, nano-scopic experiments that will have to be amplified by a resonance or atomic microscopy system in order to generate very high definitions and large scales video projections. Or also, for example, to use some resonance forms to amplify them on technical systems such as sound or vibrating actuators.

HOT

HOT will target sensing and information technology, and explore fundamental science. This presents several scientific, technological, and societal challenges: How does the universe behave on the sub-millimetre scale? Can we overcome thermal noise that plagues optomechanical devices? How to discuss the underlying physics (that light pushes things) with a public that is generally unaware of such effects.

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Light matters project
Stefane Perraud
This project is a reflexion on light and matters. The title plays with the two meanings regarding the project itself that play back and forth with idea of scale time and space.
The artwork

The main idea is therefore to burst or reverse the scale of the experiments driven at the HOT laboratory, in order to decline them in one or several installations at a human scale and without artifacts.
We will therefore be able to imagine, for instance, nano-scopic experiments that will have to be amplified by a resonance or atomic microscopy system in order to generate very high definitions and large scales video projections. Or also, for example, to use some resonance forms to amplify them on technical systems such as sound or vibrating actuators.

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About the artist
Stefane Perraud

Stefane Perraud is a visual artist coming from the performance and the multimedia scene.

He is represented by Galerie De Roussan in Paris since 2013. He has been shown in several exhibitions and solo shows at Art center of UH in Hawaii, Triennale in Milan, NYU Abu Dhabi, La Malterie de Lille, Le Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, Plateforme Paris, WE project et Maison Particulière in Bruxelles, YiA art Fair, Volta Basel, Art Paris, Choices Paris, Drawing Now Paris.

Since 2003 he has created a series of performances such as Breaking and Writing Spaces in collaboration with the French author Eli Commins. His shows have been seen at CNES,La chartreuse, Le Théâtre de la Cité Internationale or La Cité Nationale de l’Histoire de l’Immigration in Paris. He is also working with the choreographer Trajal Harell since 2011 on light settings (MOMA NYC, Mona Bismark Paris, KunstHalleZurich, Barbican London, Walker Art Center Minneapolis)

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Light matters project

This project is a reflexion on light and matters. The title plays with the two meanings regarding the project itself that play back and forth with idea of scale time and space.

About the residency

HOT will target sensing and information technology, and explore fundamental science. This presents several scientific, technological, and societal challenges: How does the universe behave on the sub-millimetre scale? Can we overcome thermal noise that plagues optomechanical devices? How to discuss the underlying physics (that light pushes things) with a public that is generally unaware of such effects.