Baillat Studio

Laser Like Water

2018
  • Installations + Art
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Laser Like Water

About

"Laser Like Water" is a digital art installation created by Baillat Studio, Jean-Sébastien Baillat, Patrick Trudeau, and Ottomata. The project was intended as a meeting of various elements that together give rise to new perceptions of those same elements only possible as a result of their amalgamation. The piece is composed of brightly-coloured lasers and shining ropes that slice through the air, fall apart upon contact with water, then are reflected and deposited onto a mirrored screen ultimately resulting in the creation of new abstract forms.

The light is guided via music and wind, the latter of the two creating slight eddies on the surface of the water and further influencing the product of its marriage with light. The various energies combine to produce an intense experience - a connection and a synergy within a defined space.

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LASER LIKE WATER - AIX EN PROVENCE (FRANCE) FOR THE BIENNALE DES IMAGINAIRES NUMÉRIQUES

"Laser Like Water" was first produced for the Never Apart gallery in Montreal. The project then moved on to Aix-en-Provence, where it was exhibited as part of Chroniques, the Biennale of Digital Imagination.

The installation was also exhibited at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.

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LASER LIKE WATER - VERSION BASSIN

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