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Timeline 125

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Timeline 125

with Angelo Benedetto, Cyril Diagne, Vincent Jacquier

Timeline 125 is an interactive timeline for the 125th anniversary of Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne. The project is developed in collaboration with 1st year students in BA Media & Interaction Design.

Collaboration with RETROSUPERFUTURE 2018

DESIGN FOR LUXURY & CRAFTSMANSHIP

Collaboration with RETROSUPERFUTURE 2018

by Savvas Lazaridis, Angele Fourteau, Naroot Pitisongswat, Maximilian Maertens

After a few collaborations with labels specialized in the fashion industry, such as APC or Carhartt, Retrosuperfuture and ECAL have teamed up to celebrate to work again with the students from the Master of Advanced Studies in Design for Luxury & Craftsmanship. They have worked on surprizing and festive eyewear and sunglasses but also more commercial pieces for the classic collections.

Collaboration with Thierry Mugler

PHOTOGRAPHY

Collaboration with Thierry Mugler

with Philippe Jarrigeon

Mugler’s heritage reinterpreted through the eyes of eighteen students of the 2nd year photography Bachelor course at the ECAL. A collaborative project led by the professor and acclaimed photographer Philippe Jarrigeon based on photographic and video works on 18 archive creations.

ZENITH X ECAL

PHOTOGRAPHY

ZENITH X ECAL

with Philippe Jarrigeon

To celebrate the anniversary of the iconic "El Primero" movement, a class of second-year photography students set out to explore the world of Zenith. Guided by fashion photographer and teacher Philippe Jarrigeon, the students worked at the Manufacture in Le Locle and in the studios of ECAL in Lausanne to create visuals specifically designed to be exhibited around the world.

Summer University CUBA

PHOTOGRAPHY

Summer University CUBA

<meta charset="UTF-8"> After marking the history of the twentieth century with major episodes, Cuba must confront a new historical turning point. Obama's opening speeches and the death of Fidel Castro, leader of the Cuban Revolution of 1959, push the country towards a paradigm shift without priors. Partial liberalisation measures (restaurants, taxis and tourist activities) create an uncertain balance between mass tourism and Communist historical anchorage. The will of the workshop led by Milo Keller (head of photography) and Vincent Jacquier (Head of visual communication) was to rethink the visual relationship that the collective imaginary maintains with Cuba. It was for the students to get out of the tourist cliché, be it the old American car, the colorful colonial houses or the cigar. In partnership with the Embassy of Switzerland in Cuba, this week has been punctuated by many cultural visits. Exchanges with institutions such as the Instituto Superio de Arte (ISA) and the Fototeca de Cuba, as well as meetings with photographers who have worked for decades in Cuba as Sven Creutzmann and Vives-Figueroa, allowed an understanding finer Cuban culture, with exchanges around photographic, educational and policy approaches. The architecture has been one of the major themes, whether through visits to buildings of Porro and Gottardi, or even a visit to the Swiss Ambassador's residence, designed by Richard Neutra. With the help of the Embassy of Switzerland, the students were guided by four local photographers: Raul Canibano, Chino Arcos, Gabriel Guerra and Lissette Solórzano and they were able to get in places and invisible to tourists Havana networks. The projects are varied: technology report was addressed by Margaux Piette in a film about the hot spots Wifi scattered through the city. but also in the photos of Ivo Fovanna centered on the package, physical network for the exchange of files hacked; or in the film of Tatiana Mégevand on tourism activities Airbnb and economic change involved. The social characteristics of Cuba themselves in the series Olivia Schenker and Julien Deceroi. The first has made portraits of LGBTQ minority which enjoys a special acceptance on the island. The second makes us discover Santería, majority religion in Cuba of Christian inspiration and Voodoo. Imported cultural trends was put forward by the skaters in the movie of Pierre-Kastriot Jashari and more vernacular aspects are revealed in this series of Vincent Levrat pigeons collected on roofs by the inhabitants of Havana. The eighteen projects of this workshop were presented in the form of a projection at the Fototeca of Cuba on Vendredi8 December, in the presence of the Swiss ambassador, Mr Stutz and local photographers. This workshop was an opportunity of discovery cultural and social, but also a framework that helped improve the autonomy and ambition projectual students.

Tools make shapes. Semester Project by Malte Bentzen et Kaj Lehmann

TYPE DESIGN

Tools make shapes. Semester Project by Malte Bentzen et Kaj Lehmann

with Kai Bernau

Atlas of Letterforms, workshop with Radim Peško

TYPE DESIGN

Atlas of Letterforms, workshop with Radim Peško

with MATD, Radim Peško

The Recipe

GRAPHIC DESIGN

The Recipe

with Nicolas Haeni, Robert Huber

Editorial Design of a cooking recipe Collaboration between the first year students of Bachelor Graphic Design & Photography

HHMMSS

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

HHMMSS

with Angelo Benedetto

Virtual clocks with no time markers, simple representations of time passing. Selection of projects created in the first year Bachelor Media & Interaction during the Dynamic Display course with Angelo Benedetto. Find all the interactive versions here.

Diplomas Screening 2017

FILM STUDIES

Diplomas Screening 2017

The Habitants

GRAPHIC DESIGN

The Habitants

with Damien Poulain

Construire un feu

FINE ARTS

Construire un feu

with Denis Savary

daydayday

GRAPHIC DESIGN

daydayday

with Manuel Krebs (NORM), Dimitri Bruni (NORM)

Education Issue 1 November 14 2017 Describe you dreams about school. Why is your teacher better than google? La plus grande absurdité dans cette école? Liberté ou restriction? Qu'est-ce qu'un bon enseignant? Comment ta famille perçoit tes études? Interest Issue 2 Novembre 15 2017 The kind of design I am afraid of: Décris ton style. Où se cachent les femmes designers? Can the designer be replaced by a machine? This is not a typeface! Quelle est la personne qui t'inspire? Knowledge Issue 3 November 16 2017 Does right or wrong exist? The most important thing you have learned. Which role does graphic design play in society? What is the role of print in the digital age? Quel est l'impact de la critique dans ta pratique? Une formation supplémentaire est-elle une option?

Le Salon de Compagnie

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Le Salon de Compagnie

by Pietro Alberti

This immersive installation created by Pietro Alberti proposes an innovative way to discover an emblematic room of the musée des Arts Décoratifs et du Design in Bordeaux (madd-bordeaux). Thanks to Virtual Reality, the perception of the 15th century’s architecture, gildings and furnitures are constantly changing, giving the spectator, a completely new vision of the space and its antic masterpieces. The musée des Arts Décoratifs et du Design in Bordeaux (madd-bordeaux) paired with ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne for a collaboration that led to an interactive installation in the museum. This project is the starting point for future collaborations and new digital devices installed in the museum. pietroalberti.ch

IDFA

GRAPHIC DESIGN

IDFA

Workshop Christian Patterson

PHOTOGRAPHY

Workshop Christian Patterson

with Christian Patterson

For a week, the New York based photographer Christian Patterson worked with the first year students in photography of ECAL on the edit, sequence, layout and design of a book. Starting off from pre-existing books, the students developed together with Christian Patterson their own book in a book.

Sensory Augmentation & Brain Plasticity

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Sensory Augmentation & Brain Plasticity

with Philip Schuette

This one-week workshop with Philip Schuette allowed first-year Media & Interaction Design students to imagine projects around our five senses. How could certain objects or technologies increase or improve the way we perceive our environment? Five projects came out of this week, all based on a different sense. More informations here

Workshop Point and shoot

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Workshop Point and shoot

with Alex Hulme, Paul Wolfson

Under the guidance of Paul Wolfson and Alex Hulme, designers at Map Project Office, 3rd year Industrial Design Bachelor students and Media & Interaction Design Bachelor students have conceived "point-and-shoot" objects. Those ones were inspired by the opportunities created by this new wave of Open Source and could be made easily available to people who might need or want them.

Workshop Julie Richoz

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Workshop Julie Richoz

with Julie Richoz

Under the guidance of Julie Richoz, a designer from Paris, 1st year Industrial Design Bachelor students were asked to rethink ladders. They had a one-week workshop to do so.

NOVEMBRE X ECAL

PHOTOGRAPHY

NOVEMBRE X ECAL

with Nicolas Coulomb, Jeanne-Salomé Rochat, Florence Tétier

At the occasion of Paris Photo 2017, Novembre Magazine & ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne present a performative photography exhibition and a special issue of the magazine. This special issue and this exhibition present a selection of images produced through a period of four years during workshops conducted by Novembre Magazine in the Photography Department of ECAL. Through the eyes of over 60 students,it becomes a kaleidoscopic snapshot of contemporary attitudes towards the body and new definitions of beauty, encouraging a truly interdisciplinary approach to photography.

Moving Posters

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Moving Posters

with Jürg Lehni

During this one week workshop led by Jürg Lehni, the students have explored and made experiments with the Paper.js framework. More projects here

Monument

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Monument

with Nicole Udry

Transposition of a monument through editorial design.

Invisible Narratives - KIKK Festival

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Invisible Narratives - KIKK Festival

with Alain Bellet, Cyril Diagne

Two interactive installations created by third-year Media & Interaction Design students were exhibited in two different venues of the KIKK festival in Namur (Belgium) this year. Commissioned by the festival, the installations address the festival’s theme of “Invisible Narrative” through two iconic items: drones and surveillance cameras.

Diploma film sets

FILM STUDIES

Diploma film sets

Diploma film posters

FILM STUDIES

Diploma film posters

Workshop Bloc studios

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Workshop Bloc studios

with Joséphine Choquet (Thévoz Choquet), Virgile Thévoz (Thévoz Choquet)

Marble connotes weight, stability and robustness, and is a quintessentially noble material. In light of this, what kind of objects are able to take full advantage of these properties? How can the sensations of balance or weight be fully expressed, while respecting the innate qualities and limits of this substance? This was the question that ECAL /University of Art and Design Lausanne Industrial Design Bachelor’s students addressed in 2016 at a workshop led by Swiss designers Joséphine Choquet and Virgile Thévoz. This collection has been jointly developed over recent years by Bloc studios and ECAL, and comprises a selection of objects that focus on the rational balance between materials and proportions – playful ball-joint mirrors, punk marble plates pierced through with steel, marble vases in tension with aluminium, minimal tub plugs and mesmerising wedged vases.

Pietro Alberti – Beyond Fields

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Pietro Alberti – Beyond Fields

with Alain Bellet, Cyril Diagne, Christophe Guignard, Gaël Hugo

Beyond Fields is a plateform independent puzzle game composed of three chapters each inspired by the fundamental interactions of nature. Throughout the game the player pass through different levels during which he has the opportunity to interact with various graphical elements that will allow him to rebalance the force fields and to solve the level. Thanks to a system of filters, it is possible to travel through different representations of the game - graphical, analytical or mathematical - thus allowing the player to have a global vision of the forces that are exerted between the graphical elements. Play online

Hélène Portier – 20°C

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Hélène Portier – 20°C

with Alain Bellet, Cyril Diagne, Christophe Guignard, Gaël Hugo

Send a message: 140 milliseconds. Download a news: 1.4 seconds. Take a picture: 370 milliseconds. Information is accessible anywhere and anytime. Through our daily actions, we solicit the network without limits and without constraints. For most people, the internet is elusive and invisible. For GAFA, the network shall consist of data centers, submarine cables and coal mines. 20°C is a series of three objects that questions this physical reality and proposes a tangible interaction with our data.

Elise Migraine – Twins objects

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Elise Migraine – Twins objects

with Alain Bellet, Cyril Diagne, Christophe Guignard, Gaël Hugo

Twins Objects are three pairs of connected devices: Tits Me, Pianoze, and Dual Drums. Nowadays instant messaging is an unmissable actor of our long-distance relationship. However, if we discuss on these platforms with either a very old friend or someone we barely know, result to the same sensory experience. Twins Objects is a quest for new tools of communication, to reassert the worth of human connexions, using the possibilities of the IoT.

Thomas Faucheux – Sockciety

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Thomas Faucheux – Sockciety

with Alain Bellet, Cyril Diagne, Christophe Guignard, Gaël Hugo

Uncovering an online socks store, “Sockciety” offers a way of consuming in which personal data issued from social networks are converted into rights or inhibitions to purchase. It is also a reflection on the consequences of the “datatification” of the world, mingled with a system of perverse gamification where all quantified actions become criteria for evaluation, necessary to the obtention of a uniform.

Symposium Research in Art and Design at ECAL

Symposium Research in Art and Design at ECAL

10+10 Research in Art & Design at ECAL A symposium celebrating 10 years of Research in Art and Design Tuesday 10 October 2017, 8.00–18.30 IKEA Auditorium, ECAL, Renens www.researchday.ch Abstract On the occasion of the 10 years since the moving of ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne to its current premises in Renens and marking the 10th anniversary of the foundation of EPFL+ECAL Lab, ECAL hosted a symposium on Research in Art and Design, featuring artists, designers and scholars in these fields from all over the world, in conversation with ECAL faculty members. Program Welcome , Alexis Georgacopoulos, director, ECAL Introductory notes on Research in Art and Design in Switzerland , Davide Fornari, professor, ECAL Moderation, Vera Sacchetti, design critic, Basel Design Research: from Academia to the Real World Alba Cappellieri, professor, Politecnico di Milano, Milan in conversation with Nicolas Henchoz, director, EPFL+ECAL Lab Sophie Pène, vice president, Conseil National du Numérique, Paris in conversation with Davide Fornari, professor, ECAL Research Through Art and Design: Materials and Forms Xavier Veilhan, artist, Paris in conversation with Stéphanie Moisdon, professor, ECAL Fabio Gramazio, co-founder, Gramazio + Kohler Architects, Zurich in conversation with Patrick Keller, professor, ECAL Research Practices in Curating Art and Design Astrid Welter, head of programs, Fondazione Prada, Milan/Venice in conversation with Federico Nicolao, professor, ECAL The Future of Art and Design Research Roel Wouters, co-founder, Moniker, Amsterdam in conversation with Vincent Jacquier, professor, ECAL Skylar Tibbits, co-founder, MIT Self-Assembly Lab, Cambridge (MA) in conversation with Christophe Guberan, professor, ECAL Exhibition openings at Cinema Studio, Gallery l’elac and EPFL+ECAL Lab • Caustics , curated by Mark Pauly, EPFL RAYFORM • Projects for Victorinox , curated by Thilo Alex Brunner • The Sausage of the Future , curated by Carolien Niebling • Augmented Photography , curated by Milo Keller • EPFL+ECAL Lab Research Land , curated by Nicolas Henchoz • Rapid Liquid Printing, curated by Christophe Guberan , MIT Self-Assembly Lab, Steelcase ECAL launched the book Making Sense: 10 Years of Research in Art and Design at ECAL on the occasion of the symposium . 10+10 Research in Art and Design at ECAL In collaboration with EPFL+ECAL Lab With the support of HES-SO Media partner: Disegno

Augmented Photography

Augmented Photography

with Milo Keller, Maxime Guyon, Joël Vacheron

Sign Painting Workshop with Alaric Garner

TYPE DESIGN

Sign Painting Workshop with Alaric Garner

with Alaric Garnier, MATD

LZR - Stay a Little Closer

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

LZR - Stay a Little Closer

with Sami Benhadj

A music video realised by Pierry Jaquillard and Eugène Kaïmanovitch during the second year video course in Visual Communication Bachelor for the music “Close to me” by LZR (Unofficial video).

Erika Marthins – Déguster l'augmenté

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Erika Marthins – Déguster l'augmenté

with Alain Bellet, Cyril Diagne, Christophe Guignard, Gaël Hugo

What if we could augment our food? Would it be possible to experience a new dimension of a meal? This project is a desire to explore the potential of integrating data and storytelling in food. A proposition of expanding three desserts in a poetic way. A wedding of sound and chocolate, poetry and lollipop and animation and dessert. In collaboration with Chef Fabien Pairon Ecole hôtelière de lausanne, RayForm (Rayform light shaping technology), Jun Shintake Laboratory of Intelligent Systems (EPFL). Special thanks to: Michel Ferla (EHL), Dario Floreano Director of Laboratory of Intelligent Systems (EPFL).

Satisfaction 2017

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Satisfaction 2017

with Mario Von Rickenbach

Satisfying webtoys coded by 1st year Bachelor students in Media & Interaction Design as part of a week-long workshop given by Mario von Rickenbach. Every interactive versions here.

Mélanie Courtinat – I never promised you a garden

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Mélanie Courtinat – I never promised you a garden

with Christophe Guignard

I never promised you a garden offers an immersive journey inside a fantasized hanging garden using virtual reality. The public is invited to walk among chimeric plants and make them blossom with a simple touch. Having noticed that some spectators have a tendency to be uninvolved and passive before an interactive design artwork, this project questions their willful participation. What is to be done when a spectator makes the conscious choice to not interact with an interactive project? What is the design of refusal?

Salomé Chatriot – Distal Extension

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Salomé Chatriot – Distal Extension

with Alain Bellet, Cyril Diagne, Christophe Guignard, Gaël Hugo

The global context of personal and intimate data diffusion and the associated challenges enabled me to open a discussion on the contemporary medical sector and on the cognitive evolutions linked to the development of new technologies. This Rube Goldberg machine shows a chain reaction similar to the breath’s journey within the human body, thanks to the combination of electronic devices and a person’s sensory input. The spectator corporally extends himself spatially thanks to the real time interaction of his main vital functions with a physical and digital environment.

The Sausage of the Future

The Sausage of the Future

Can we count on the sausage to provide a solution, in order to reduce the consumption of meat? And can the use of new ingredients increase the diversity of our diets? Can the sausage make a considerable contribution to a sustainable food culture? To answer these questions, a chef of molecular gastronomy, a master butcher and a designer have teamed up to look into sausage production techniques and potential new ingredients – such as insects, nuts, and legumes – to reinvent the sausage of the future.

Diploma jury 2017

DESIGN FOR LUXURY & CRAFTSMANSHIP

Diploma jury 2017

Jury : Fiona Krüger, Designer, Obermorschwihr Nika Zupanc, Product and Interior Designer, Ljubljana Benoît Steenackers, Head of Collections, Hermès, Paris

Stella Speziali – Tangibles Worlds

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Stella Speziali – Tangibles Worlds

with Alain Bellet, Cyril Diagne, Christophe Guignard, Gaël Hugo

Tangible worlds is a project combining virtual reality and tactile sensations, allowing us to feel as close as possible to the virtual elements present in the installation. My research aims to make sure that the user doesn’t limit himself by simply observing the virtual universe, but interacts with the material within and become attentive of the feedback through his sensations and feelings that come by touching these textures. The installation is composed of three different boxes. Each box contains an IR distance sensor, which detects when a hand is inserted and display the virtual world attributed to the box. This new virtual world surrounds the user. A sensor is placed on each wall within the boxes, this sensor recognizes the hand and activates an animation inside the virtual world. I tried to map the sensors in the virtual universe so that a little clue is given to the user and will lead him to trigger the animations.

Collaborate!

PHOTOGRAPHY

Collaborate!

On the occasion of Foam 15th anniversary, students of the Royal Academy of Art (KABK) in The Hague and the University of Art and Design (ECAL) in Lausanne were asked by Foam to work together on the theme: COLLABORATE. In the months running up to the opening week of Les Rencontres d’Arles the students of both schools have been exchanging material and ideas to create works, preparing for an exhibition at La Bourse du Travail during the opening week of the festival Les Rencontres de la Photographie 2017. Also, when in Arles they make a daily report to be shared with the public. The exhibition space in La Bourse functions as a large studio in which the international students work on these reports.

Johannes Bauer – Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep

PHOTOGRAPHY

Johannes Bauer – Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep

by Johannes Bauer

“Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” is a photographical work which describes a dark and grim vision of a dystopian world, sometime in the future, where mankind has failed, showing architectural fragments as a remaining manifestation of power. By playing with existing and fictional architecture and landscapes, the viewer is forced to question the credibility of what is shown. Throughout the work we discover artifacts from a bygone age but also future artefacts yet to be discovered.

Nicolas Toulotte-Garner – Genesis

PHOTOGRAPHY

Nicolas Toulotte-Garner – Genesis

by Nicolas Toulotte-Garner

Ce travail interroge le concept d’avatar, version améliorée du moi, à travers la métaphore de la naissance et, par extension, de la Création. L’installation immerge le spectateur dans l’extrême épicentre de l’existence humaine, à l’intérieur de l’hyperréalité matérielle du corps, engendrant la confusion sur la vérité de l’avatar, de l’image digitale et du divin. Prenant vie grâce aux technologies d’animation 3D et de capture de mouvement, l’alter ego met en lumière la valeur marchande de la vie humaine à l’ère du capitalisme avancé, soulevant d’importantes questions éthiques.

Laura Zoccarato – Spectacle Total

PHOTOGRAPHY

Laura Zoccarato – Spectacle Total

by Laura Zoccarato

“Spectacle Total” is a term derived from the concept of “Gesamtkunstwerk”: a total work of art, in which all elements (music, voice, movement and show) work together. The choreographer Maurice Béjart staged a ballet as a “spectacle total”, by getting his inspiration from different sources, mixing different styles, experimental music, African dances and theatre. I used his idea of mixing different methods to create new visuals by manipulating the images of his archive, both analogically and digitally. The result is an experimental narrative that combines his most famous performances into one book.

Senta Simond – Rayon Vert

PHOTOGRAPHY

Senta Simond – Rayon Vert

by Senta Simond

“The Rayon Vert” project takes its title from the optical phenomenon and the 1986 Eric Rohmer film, both of which are reflected in the project approach to portraiture. The work can be seen as a continuation of the tradition focussing on the relationship between artist and model. The images feature a circle of acquaintances and respond to the existing, and too often clichéd, representation of femininity. The images are based on fact and are devoid of narrative and of a patriarchal vision of beauty. The project is presented as both a series of exhibited prints and a book.

Imanol Pittaluga – Enbata

FILM STUDIES

Imanol Pittaluga – Enbata

with Delphine Gleize, Elsa Amiel

A young man, Iago, wakes up in a hospital waiting room and finds out that he now has to look after his 3yr old brother who he’s never met.

Option cinéma

FOUNDATION YEAR

Option cinéma

Sélection de films répondant à divers exercices. Atelier sur le lieu, avec le réalisateur Damien Manivel: Coline Confort "Entre deux notes" 4'30'' Linn Henz "Mon repos" 7'10'' Rodrigo Munoz* "Le voleur d'encre rouge" 9'35'' Projet libre: Kimyan Flückiger "Le nomade" 9'02'' Fanny Reynaud "La morsure" 6'55'' GANZ GANZ, dix regards sur le prix d'honneur du cinéma suisse 2017 (Bruno Ganz), en partenariat avec la RTS: Rodrigo Munoz "Le journal" 3'13'' *Damien Manivel a rédigé ces quelques lignes pour accompagner le film de Rodrigo Munoz "Le voleur d'encre rouge" : "Nous sommes partis d'une contrainte : fabriquer une fiction à partir d'un lieu. L'immensité des bâtiments, la gare déserte, le téléphérique... dès les photos de repérage, la fascination de Rodrigo pour ces espaces était palpable. Sa très belle idée a été d'y confronter le corps de son petit frère, une enfance dans le monde... Tout était déjà là mais Rodrigo y a apporté la douceur de son regard, l'exercice s'est changé en film. Damien Manivel"

Audio Reactive

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Audio Reactive

with Gaël Hugo

Series of audio reactive projects developed for the visual identity of the French Pavilion “Studio Venezia” by Xavier Veilhan at the Biennale di Venezia. Instagram posts were produced based on these experiments. Curators: Lionel Bovier and Christian Marclay Graphic Design: Gavillet Cie

Frager Alexandre – Dancing Encounters

FILM STUDIES

Frager Alexandre – Dancing Encounters

with Delphine Gleize, Elsa Amiel

A virtual dance. A futuristic blind-date. Two Two geeky and solitary players will meet for the first time and struggle with an unpredictable reality.

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