Skylark is an immersive audiovisual experience based on geometric pattern and moiré effect by Jeremy Oury.

In a subtle visual game of pure geometry, psychedelia, minimalism and optical art, a narrative about confinement is developed, positioning the viewer in the point of view of a flying animal. The figure of a butterfly that looks for its way in a space of minimalist urbanization, from the sky the cities seem figures, growing constantly under the effect of new constructions. In turn, for the walker his visual field is reduced as the buildings reach vertiginous heights. The urban world to which we are accustomed separates us from our wild identity close to nature.  


The hypnotic rhythm make lose the spacial references. Too vast, too high, this gigantism forces to refocus on the visible. 

Jeremy Oury is a French artist who combines audio and visual skills to make singular digital forms as architectural mapping, immersive fulldome, light installation and original creation for theater. He focuses his artwork on a research about illusions from geometric distortions, on the synesthesia between sound and video, and on immersive forms in order to place the viewer at the center of a minimalist virtual universe to disrupt his perception of space. 

Since 2014, his artwork was awarded in various international video mapping festivals and fulldome festivals.  

MUTEK MEXICO 2022 - Mexico City @mutekmx 2022 - Credit photo @leodluna  MAPPING FESTIVAL 2023 - Geneva @mappingfestival 2023 - Credit photo 

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