Novembre Numérique 2021

by Institut français - 05/2022

An overview of the French creations and professionals programmed on all five continents in 2021 with the 5th edition of Novembre Numérique (Digital November), the festival of digital cultures, organised by the Institut français and the French cultural network abroad.

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12 creations
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Visual arts and installations

Novembre Numérique is an opportunity to highlight the richness and diversity of digital creation, in its most innovative forms. Presented this year in Costa Rica, Eniarof is a travelling fairground 2.0 with contemporary technological influences. In Croatia, audiences have the opportunity to discover the techniques and tools of digital creation and to learn about Glitch Art with the French artist Kaspar Ravel, whose work Oceano Mare is featured as part of the event.

Novembre Numérique is an opportunity to highlight the richness and diversity of digital creation, in its most innovative forms. Presented this year in Costa Rica, Eniarof is a travelling fairground 2.0 with contemporary technological influences. In Croatia, audiences have the opportunity to discover the techniques and tools of digital creation and to learn about Glitch Art with the French artist Kaspar Ravel, whose work Oceano Mare is featured as part of the event.

Live performances

The venues of the French cultural network are promoting original artistic performances, in which music, dance and theatre intersect with digital technology. The Instituts français of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden are joining forces for a tour of Hold On, an experiment by the company Fheel Concept that transports spectators into the world of contemporary circus. As part of Novembre Numérique in Peru, the artist Annabelle Playe presents Overview, an audiovisual performance combining electronic music and generative video.

The venues of the French cultural network are promoting original artistic performances, in which music, dance and theatre intersect with digital technology. The Instituts français of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden are joining forces for a tour of Hold On, an experiment by the company Fheel Concept that transports spectators into the world of contemporary circus. As part of Novembre Numérique in Peru, the artist Annabelle Playe presents Overview, an audiovisual performance combining electronic music and generative video.

Virtual and augmented reality

Events inviting the audience to discover French creations in virtual and augmented reality are organised on all five continents. In partnership with the French Embassy in Singapore and the ElectroniK association, the artist Guillaumit has produced a monumental fresco combining graphic arts, video games and augmented reality. In Morocco, the Faune exhibition by Adrien M & Claire B invites audiences on a journey in augmented reality in the form of a treasure hunt. In Ukraine, audiences are invited to discover Paris underground with In-Urbe, a VR experience by Ugo Arsac. In Taiwan, the Digital Common Sense project offers a superb showcase of current French creation in virtual reality.

Events inviting the audience to discover French creations in virtual and augmented reality are organised on all five continents. In partnership with the French Embassy in Singapore and the ElectroniK association, the artist Guillaumit has produced a monumental fresco combining graphic arts, video games and augmented reality. In Morocco, the Faune exhibition by Adrien M & Claire B invites audiences on a journey in augmented reality in the form of a treasure hunt. In Ukraine, audiences are invited to discover Paris underground with In-Urbe, a VR experience by Ugo Arsac. In Taiwan, the Digital Common Sense project offers a superb showcase of current French creation in virtual reality.

Innovative books

Thanks to digital creation, new forms of reading arouse the curiosity of audiences and open up new narrative potential. For this edition of Novembre Numérique, many audiences are invited to discover these innovative stories. The Alliance française de Kuala Lumpur has invited Sophie Taboni and Nicolas Catherin to create Ici tout va bien, a travel journal in Oceania that combines drawing and photography to tell a story of discovery of a foreign culture in a humorous way. In Cameroon, the public is also invited to take part in creative experiments with workshops based on BDnF, a fun application developed by the BnF that allows users to create digital comic strips.

Thanks to digital creation, new forms of reading arouse the curiosity of audiences and open up new narrative potential. For this edition of Novembre Numérique, many audiences are invited to discover these innovative stories. The Alliance française de Kuala Lumpur has invited Sophie Taboni and Nicolas Catherin to create Ici tout va bien, a travel journal in Oceania that combines drawing and photography to tell a story of discovery of a foreign culture in a humorous way. In Cameroon, the public is also invited to take part in creative experiments with workshops based on BDnF, a fun application developed by the BnF that allows users to create digital comic strips.

 
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