Artist : Stéphanie LÉONARD
Sound Design : Géraldine KWIK
Location : Saint-Paul Station
City / Country : Lyon, France
Production background : Residency supervised by Romain Tardy organised by Rencontres Audiovisuelles in Arenberg Creative Mine
Production : Rencontres Audiovisuelles
Production year : 2022
Screening dates : From 8th to 11th of December 2022
Type : Monument video mapping / Outdoor / Frontal / Linear / Ephemeral

Video mapping created as part of a creation residency supervised by Romain Tardy, organised by Rencontres Audiovisuelles in Arenberg Creative Mine.
As part of the Lyon Festival of Lights 2022.

Time passes slowly in this waiting room, but we won’t be getting bored! Just like the traboules, Lyon’s network of secret passageways, our imagination loses its way in the nooks and crannies of the station. We are swept along: one foot in reality, the other in the subconscious, as the artist leads us down a corridor to a parallel universe. A stationary journey which transforms Saint-Paul Railway Station into a fantastically surreal artwork. Modelling clay to represent the real world, 2D and 3D virtual animations for the fantasy world: this piece invites us to settle down in our (virtual!) seats and let our minds wander through the fertile lands of our imagination.

Direction and animation: Stéphanie LÉONARD
Music and sound design: Géraldine KWIK

With the support of the City of Lyon, SNCF Voyageurs and Kéolis.
Residency organised with the support of the European Union (Europe is committed to the Hauts-de-France Region through the European Regional Development Fund), the Hauts-de-France Region, the Communauté d’Agglomération de La Porte du Hainaut and Arenberg Creative Mine.


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