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Le compositing : l'expérience de la durée et l'émancipation de l'observateur

Abstract : We present here a set of experimental video produced in different artistic contexts. Each of these videos questions, by using the compositing, the relationship between a specific space and practices that take place. After a brief introduction defining the technical and theoretical challenges of compositing, this article offers a new interprétation of these productions in terms of architectural and urban atmospheres. We will see how it is possible to interpret the basic intentions of each of these videos in protocols of videographic capture and restitution that can be renewed as part of study and urban design.
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Guillaume Meigneux. Le compositing : l'expérience de la durée et l'émancipation de l'observateur. Ambiances in action / Ambiances en acte(s) - International Congress on Ambiances, Montreal 2012, Sep 2012, Montreal, Canada. pp.105-110. ⟨halshs-00745875⟩



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