Romain
Cazier

EXECAL Resident at La Becque in September 2022 - BA Media & Interaction Design graduate 2015

Romain Cazier

BIO

Romain Cazier is a creative coder based in Brussels. Having graduated from ECAL in Media and Interaction Design, Romain has always had an interest in using code for creative purposes. Currently he operates within EPRC, a studio co-founded with the graphic designer Emilie Pillet, where he creates websites and tools for European institutions working in the field of culture and design. Renewing an experimental practice initiated during his studies, he seeks to implement his technical and creative abilities for his own research.

Projects

Romain Cazier – Rec All

MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

Romain Cazier – Rec All

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

This project is a personal interpretation of the geometrical puzzle game, widely popular on mobile. Taking some of this genre's features, I also wanted to stand out and propose a singular universe, where strange creatures with a cyclic behaviour are generated from a simple gesture. It is composed of two parts: an "arcade" mode with different levels the player must resolve, and a "sandbox" mode where he can generate creatures at will. Rec All is the continuation of playful and technical experimentations I initiated at ECAL.

Exhibition "Inhabiting and Interfacing the Cloud(s)" at H3K

Exhibition "Inhabiting and Interfacing the Cloud(s)" at H3K

Other with Christophe Guignard, Patrick Keller, Nicolas Nova

From May 29 to August 30 2015, the ongoing design research "Inhabiting and Interfacing the Cloud(s)" is presented at the Haus der elektronischen Künste (H3K) in Basel, in the frame of the exhibition Poetics and Politics of Data.

Events

Exhibition "Inhabiting and Interfacing the Cloud(s)" at H3K,28.05.2015

EXHIBITIONS

Exhibition "Inhabiting and Interfacing the Cloud(s)" at H3K,
28.05.2015

From May 29 to August 30 2015, the ongoing design research "Inhabiting and Interfacing the Cloud(s)" is presented at the Haus der elektronischen Künste (H3K) in Basel, in the frame of the exhibition "Poetics and Politics of Data".