Léonard
Guyot

Projects

Léonard Guyot – Concrete

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Léonard Guyot – Concrete

Diploma project with Alain Bellet, Christophe Guignard, Gaël Hugo, Laura Nieder, Pauline Saglio

Mention Bien “Concrete” is an immersive experience that offers to discover digital architectures through lights and shadows that reveal the volumes and geometry of these environments. A tangible interface of concrete and electronics controls the parts of these buildings. To access the various structures, each person is invited to solve an enigma based on a pattern of light. With “Concrete”, I aimed to combine reflection on how we interact with a digital world with brutalist architectural inspirations and a playful experience of virtual reality.

Simulations

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Simulations

Workshop with Hayden Zezula

Simulations - 3D workshop, focused on particle and fluid simulation, given by Hayden Zezula/@zolloc to the 2nd and 3rd year of the Bachelor's degree in Media & Interaction Design.

Apollo Noir - Chaos ID

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Apollo Noir - Chaos ID

Transversal project with Sami Benhadj

A video made by Léonard Guyot, Evan Kelly and Yaël Sidler as part of Sami Benhadj's video course, second year Bachelor Visual Communication.

Journey to the Block

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Journey to the Block

Transversal project with Pauline Saglio

Semester project that was produced during a course given by Pauline Saglio to first year students in Bachelor Media & Interaction Design, Graphic Design and Photography.

The Center for Counter-Productive Robotics

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

The Center for Counter-Productive Robotics

Workshop with Thibault Brevet, Marc Dubois

In this day and age, robots are presented as the embodiment of precision, speed and efficiency. And they are: working relentlessly, day and night on factory floors around the world, churning out goods faster than ever. As a consequence their practical use is mostly limited to capitalistic logics expecting return on investment, or academic logics expecting research publications. The Center for Counter-Productive Robotics is an island where these concerns are thrown out of the window, and robots are deliberately approached with failure, laziness and clumsiness in mind. In this way the center develops a more human-centric approach to robotics.