Friday 29th of March 2019
8:30 pm > 1 am – Loop screening

Duration: approx. 15 min

Pavillon Saint-Sauveur
99 rue Saint-Sauveur
59000 Lille

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Monument video mapping
Educational workshops

Children appropriate the facade of the Pavillon Saint-Sauveur and present 5 creations with various techniques.

Video mapping created by children and teenagers within a few days as part of an educational workshop in several organisations of the Lille’s conurbation.

A rhythmic and multicoloured creation that redecorates the Pavillon Saint-Sauveur, inspired by precolombian mythology: that’s what the kids of Brunschvicg-Rousseau school offer.
Creative team: School group Brunschvicg-Rousseau, Lille
Supervising staff: Olivier Sion
Sound design: Olivier Sion

The Maya civilisation is honoured at Lalo-Clément school. You guessed it, the Pavillon Saint-Sauveur’s facade will be transformed into a wonderful city of gold!
Creative team: Lalo-Clément school, Lille
Supervising staff: Chloé Rougier
Sound design: Karine Bultez

The digital animation video mapping created by the kids of the Foyer Carnot in Mouvaux, adopts the mexican colours.
Creative team: Foyer Carnot, Mouvaux
Supervising staff: Morgan Rio
Sound design: Morgan Rio

The Pavillon Saint-Sauveur’s facade invites you to a space exploration thanks to a combination of animation and real shooting images, realised by the children of the Media Library Marguerite Yourcenar of Faches-Thumesnil.
Creative team: Marguerite Yourcenar Media Library, Faches-Thumesnil
Supervising staff: Sandra Suire
Sound design: Sandra Suire

At the Espace Jeunes of Haubourdin, the participants of the video mapping workshop went to discover a lost city, helped by digital tablets…
Creative team: Espace Jeunes, Haubourdin
Supervising staff: Morgan Rio
Sound design: Morgan Rio

Video mapping created for the Video Mapping Festival organised by Rencontres Audiovisuelles, as part of educational workshops.
With the support of the Métropole Européenne de Lille, cities of Lille, Faches-Thumesnil, Haubourdin, La Madeline, Lesquin and the Foyer Carnot of Mouvaux.



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