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La Dispersion du Fils
La Dispersion du Fils
La Dispersion du Fils © LFKs

La Dispersion du Fils is a collection of more than 22,000 sequences from more than 600 movies filmed between 1999 and 2007 by Jean Michel Bruyère, most of them used in past LFKs performances, related to Actaeon's tragedy to which La Dispersion du Fils itself is referring.
In this 360° immersive, interactive and stereoscopic environment, the spectator may progress through the narrative and explore the constituent threads whose aspect and spatial distribution are redefined and recomposed infinitely.

Jean Michel Bruyère with Matthew McGinity, Delphine Varas and Thierry Arredondo
Filmed and Directed by Jean Michel Bruyère
Software Design and Graphics: Matthew McGinity
Editing and Post: Delphine Varas
Music and Sound: Thierry Arredondo
Software Development for the AVIE: Xin Guan, Ardrian Hardjono, Jared Berghold, Alex Kupstov, Matthew McGinity
Hardware design, integration and installation: Damian Leonard, Robin Chow, Marc Chee, Densan Obst
CaMg(CO3)2 excerpts shot with ZKM PanoramaCamera and stitched by Bernd Lintermann
Co-production: LFKs, Marseille, Epidemic, Paris, Berlin, iCinema UNSW Sydney, Le Volcan Scène Nationale, Le Havre and ZKM | Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe

This work was inspired by and created for the AVIE (Advanced Visualisation and Interaction Environment) by Jeffrey Shaw, developed at the New South Wales University iCinema Centre, Sydney.
AVIE project management: Jan Gerigk (ZKM)