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

Duration: approx. 12 min

City Hall (Hallway)
Place Augustin Laurent
59000 Lille
Caution: the number of people we can let in is limited, a waiting line is thus possible.
Security control: coats and bags will be searched.
To facilitate security control, we recommend you not to come with personal bags bigger than small backpacks or handbags.

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Object video mapping
Educational workshops

Objects and architectural elements of the City Hall’s Hallway are revisited by children during educational workshops.

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.

On the P’tit Quinquin statue exhibited in the Hallway of Lille’s City Hall, the children of the Lakanal school offer a junction between Lille and latina traditions.
Creative team: Lakanal school, Lille
Supervising staff: Morgan Rio
Sound design: Morgan Rio

The children from the Centre Moulin Ados of La Madeleine have dressed a woodwork of the Hallway of Lille’s City Hall with mexican patterns.
Creative team: Centre Moulin Ados, La Madeleine
Supervising staff: Clément Goffinet, Frédéric Haudegond
Sound design: Clément Goffinet

At the Wagner school, in South Lille, the children have been inspired by a tale to transform a balustrade of the Hallway of the City Hall into a suspended garden… made with cut paper!
Creative team: Wagner school, Lille
Supervising staff: Olivier Sion
Sound design: Olivier Sion

At the Dany Boon Media Library in Lesquin, the children used modeling paste, cut paper and digital drawing to create an exotic nature.
Creative team: Dany Boon Media Library, Lesquin
Supervising staff: Chloé Rougier
Sound design: Chloé Rougier

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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