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LOADING, l’art urbain à l’ère numérique -LOADING, urban art in the digital age

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The exhibition is composed exclusively of works produced in the street, with the aim of letting visitors discover digital reconstructions of interventions that have now disappeared, and travel around the planet to admire the most spectacular productions of recent years.

Exhibition Overview

LOADING, l’art urbain à l’ère numérique -LOADING, urban art in the digital age

Exhibition Type
Civilisations, Contemporary Art, Popular Culture
Area Size
500 to 1000 sqm
Designed For
Museums and Galleries
Entertainment Venues
Outdoor Spaces
Availability
2023
2024
2025
2026
2027
Hiring Fee

For a 3-month rental excl. transport, installation, insurance:


This hiring fee is set for the following exhibition format:
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Core Experience
Immersive digital experience
Hands-on activities
Exhibition Partners
curator : Christian Omodeo
audiovisual production : Mehdi Mejri, Atlas V
conceptualisation : Christian Omodeo, Mehdi Mejri and Pierre Zandrowicz
audiovisual and interactive content production : SUPERBIEN STUDIO
set design : Olivier Palatre
graphic design : Horah, Inc. and Monsieur L’Agent
composer & sound designer : Roque Rivas
sound engineer : Oscar Ferran

Photos

Credits / Image Information

1. CALL TO ACTION
Artistes :
Jane Dickson
Keith Haring
John Crash Matos
El Mac
SNIK
Axel Void
Helen Bur
Hyuro
Momo
Sainer
Shepard Fairey
Pichiavo
Rache
Moses & Taps
1UP
Eneri & Vg
Ecilop
Felipe Pantone
Said Dokins
Roberto Palma
9ème Concept
Ella & Pitr
El Seed
Saype
Vhils
Réalisateurs et photographes :
Manfred Kirchheimer
Martha Cooper
Henry Chalfant
Tony Silver
Zane Meyer, Chop ‘em Down Films
Doug Gillen, The Fifth Wall
Aruallan
Kristina Borhes
Selina Miles
Jules Césure
Edward Nightingale
Hit the Road
Eduardo Quinteiro
JWF
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Festivals:
Bien Urbain, Besançon (France)
Crystal Ship, Ostende (Belgique)
Mural Festival, Montréal (Canada)
St+art India Foundation, Mumbai et Delhi (Inde)
Wynwood Walls
2. (IN)VISIBLES
Séquence 1. Joseph Kyselak
Franz Laudacher
Eduard Gurk
Séquence 2. Les campagnes photo des grottes préhistoriques (Lascaux)
Photographies de Hans Hinz
Séquence 3. Fernando Oreste Nannetti
Photographies de Pier Nello Manoni
Dessin de Diane Fleury
Séquence 4. Jazoo Yang
Photographies de Young-Moon Ha
Séquence 5. Said Dokins
Photographies de Leonardo Luna
3. BOMBING THE METAVERSE
Séquence 1.
Alex Fakso
Edward Nightingale
Séquence 2.
Mick La Rock (Mickey)
Lady K
Laia
Cristobal Diaz
Séquence 3.
Mick La Rock (Mickey)
Lady K
Laia
Craze
Remio
Nico Funato
Fuzi
Romain Fueler
Same
Tripl / Furious
Mister the Bomb Machine
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4. WORLD WIDE WALLS
Mural Festival
St+Art India
Open walls Baltimore
Festival hip-hop et des cultures urbaines de Saint-Denis
Aryz
5. HELLO MY NAME IS…
Les visiteurs prennent place devant un écran tactile pour saisir leur message et choisir un style
de graffiti. Leur message apparaît ensuite en grand sur le mur. A l’aide d’une bombe numérique,
ils appliquent des couleurs et bombent à volonté leur graffiti avant de le télécharger grâce à un
Qrcode.
Lettrages dessinés par Gorey
6. HACKTIVISM(ES)
Kashink
Biancoshock
Imon Boy
Elfo
7. CONCLUSION
Jérôme G. Demuth
Seb Toussaint

Videos

Description

The visitor will discover in a spectacular and interactive journey how artistic urban creations, originally marginal and disruptive, then widely acclaimed by the public, have stand out in the common imagination. More than just a history of urban art, the exhibition shows how the digital revolution of the last forty years has encouraged a revolution in the practices of this field and its appropriation by the public;

Visibility by all means: from New York subways to paintings created or filmed using drones, from the large-scale murals that appeared from the 2000’s onwards to the most recent developments in graffiti vandalism and to spectacular actions and detours, visitors will discover urban art in all its facets, at urban scale and with original music and mix.

VR and App Content

Collections

Decorative objects
Film & Sound
Technical objects
Digital art

General Information

Created In
2023
Available Package Options
Turnkey
Technical Requirements
High ceiling height
More Details About Technical Requirements
500 sqm, 5 m ceiling, all setup to be considered where videomapping, screens, the blackbox may be used.
Languages
English
French
Additional Information
Exhibition available immediately under a tailored or "blackbox" format with extensive services including a turnkey offer.
Contact Laurent Dondey: laurent.dondey@grandpalais-immersif.fr or +33618084521

Venues

Past and Future Venues
Grand Palais Immerif - Paris Bastille venue - Dec. 6th 2023 - Jul. 21st 2024
LOADING, URBAN ART IN THE DIGITAL AGE; Visibility by all means: from New York subways to paintings created or filmed using drones, from the large-scale murals that appeared from the 2000's onwards to the most recent developments in graffiti vandalism and to spectacular actions and detours, visitors will discover urban art in all its facets, at urban scale and with original music and mix.

Extra Info

Highlights
Curatorial excellence
Immersive experience
Interactivity
Highlights Details
1 – Call to action, visibility by all means
2 – Legacy Tunnel
3 – Hacking the City, new diversions
4 – World Wild Walls interactive journey
5 – Graffiti Simulator
6 – Non-Sense in urban art
7 – Intervention of Artists and Workshops
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Exhibition Add-Ons
Engagement programme support
Education kit
Media kit
Tailored trail kit (eg kids trail)
Exhibition tour kit
Exhibition App
Catalogue / book
Documentary film
Merchandise
Selfie spots

Exhibition documents

Eleventh-hour Exhibit

Available in the next 18 months > Go to 11th-hour exhibits page

Recount the history of urban art and show the impact of technologies of digital production and broadcasting on the work of artists in this field (Martha Cooper, le collectif 1UP, Mick La Rock, Ella & Pitr...). The exhibition unfolds across monumental projection and interactive proposals, echoing and serving as a screen urban artistic creations across the world. Visibility by all means: from New York subways to paintings created or filmed using drones, from the large-scale murals that appeared from the 2000's onwards to the most recent developments in graffiti vandalism and to spectacular actions and detours, visitors will discover urban art in all its facets, at urban scale and with original music and mix.

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