by MODULO PI | Booth: 14-K135
Culturespaces chose a 19th century disused foundry to establish the very first Digital Art Centre in
Paris: Atelier des Lumières. The 2,000 sqm venue received a complete make-over to allow the
hosting of immersive digital art shows on a monumental scale.
Animated images of Klimt’s work are projected on the
floor, on the walls (who can reach up to 12m) as well as on the ceiling. Images flow in rhythm to the music, and
appear perfectly moulded to the Atelier’s architecture.
Faced with the technical challenge of equipping such a venue to achieve a 300 million pixels
projection, Culturespaces and Cadmos, the integrator for the project, opted for Modulo Pi’s
systems from the project study phase. Roman Hatala, Cadmos’ Director, explains: “When Culturespaces told us about Atelier des Lumières, opting for Modulo Pi’s systems was evident as they are the most effective and adaptive systems on the market.We wouldn’t have done this project without it."