.ART

Art is an abstract notion that everyone understands in their own way.

Tupac sings about California, David Hockney paints it. Whether it is to express an emotion, to defend an idea, to bring people together through humor, quirkiness or beauty, any reason is good for creating. Art is an intellectual and emotional matter that goes beyond the medium.

.ARTIFICIAL .ARTIST

The Artificial Artist does not feel.

It is a program whose artistic ability is to create a symbiosis between the senses. The Artificial Artist extracts the essence of a work, the artist’s intention, then transposes it to another medium. Therefore, it enhances the scope of the artwork by offering the viewers a new window of perception.

ØLali

ØLali, first Artificial Artist, transposes music into Living Sculpture.

The Living Sculpture is evolving, abstract and audio-reactive.

Voices, percussions, instruments, notes become movements, colors, forces. The interactive and immersive experience that the Living Sculpture proposes increases the scope of the musical work, invites the spectator to listen to the music in a different way and thusincreases tenfold his freedom of interpretation.

.ART

Art is an abstract notion that everyone understands in their own way.

Tupac sings about California, David Hockney paints it. Whether it is to express an emotion, to defend an idea, to bring people together through humor, quirkiness or beauty, any reason is good for creating. Art is an intellectual and emotional matter that goes beyond the medium.

.ARTIFICIAL .ARTIST

The Artificial Artist does not feel.

It is a program whose artistic ability is to create a symbiosis between the senses. The Artificial Artist extracts the essence of a work, the artist’s intention, then transposes it to another medium. Therefore, it enhances the scope of the artwork by offering the viewers a new window of perception.

ØLali

ØLali, first Artificial Artist, transposes music into Living Sculpture.

The Living Sculpture is evolving, abstract and audio-reactive.

Voices, percussions, instruments, notes become movements, colors, forces. The interactive and immersive experience that the Living Sculpture proposes increases the scope of the musical work, invites the spectator to listen to the music in a different way and thusincreases tenfold his freedom of interpretation.