Patrice Mugnier

Patrice Mugnier is a French artist who works and lives in Paris. In his opinion, creation is a confrontation between human sensations and digital territories. His works are characterized by the use of technology and programming while he explores the more primitive aspects of human nature. He rejects the notion of the virtual and highlights the consequences of the hybridization of reality.

As a video director he started by working in TV design, produced films for Museums as well as personal projects, which explore the relationship between image and music. This interest has led him to work on live video performances and interactive installations.

Since 1999, he has also been regularly collaborating as Lecturer in the French National Art School, ENSAD. In 2007, he founded ITR, a program which explores the consequences of real time computing in artistic performances.

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Kuei Yu HO

Kuei Yu HO is a Taiwanese artist and designer who works and lives in Paris. After having been awarded the Bachelor's Degree of Art in Interior Design, she worked for Chroma33 Aarchitectural Lighting Design co. in Taipei. Then she worked as a designer in an agency in Berlin for the DHL innovation center. In 2007, she was awarded the Diplôme National Supérieur d'Expression Plastique (DNSEP) in France.

Throughout her personal projects, the exploration of the essence of communication in the world of hyper-communication lies at the core of her creations. She tries to rebuild the value of language thanks to new technology. Combining the professional experiences of interior, lighting and media design, her proposition is not only an artwork meant to be looked at, but also an ambiance of space meant to be experienced bodily.

Since she is working on language, she regularly writes and publishes papers for the Asian press. She has a column about design in the Taiwanese magazine Arch Luxury and two published books.

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