VISUAL STORYTELLING / 3D SPACE
Created with the OpenTopography SRTM data produced by NASA and the OpenStreetMap urban information this interactive experience proposes a virtual representation of Grenoble's cityscape.
Players can navigate in the maze of the city and interact with key points of today's city.
The experience is available on Windows and MetaQuest 2 Platforms.
DOCUMENTARY / 3D GALLERY
A 3D animation documentary exploring the artworks of avant-gardes artists of the early 20th century, rejected by the Nazi Party and exposed by the propaganda ministry at the "Degenerate Art" Exhibition.
After the rise of the Nazi Party in Germany, the works from Avant-gardes artists were labeled as « Degenerate Art ».
Artworks were removed from germans galleries and artists were forbidden to teach and to create art by the Nazi power.
A series of « Degenerate Art Exhibition » were organized from 1937 by the Nazi propaganda, with the intention to mock the artwork of german Avant-gardes artists and to spread the Nazy racial ideology.
The first "Entartete Kunst" Exhibition took place in Munich, this documentary is a story of avant-gardes and it's political humiliation.
VIRTUAL WORLD & VR STORYTELLING
Another world, an island, a country that looks like you. Sun and sky mingle to give life to eternity. There all is peace, beauty and freedom.
This WebXR experience is a soul adventure where visitors can interact with two gates to meditate and to open to surrealistic visions.
The experience is compatible with Meta Quest, HTC Vive, and Valve Index and the Virtual World is open to visitors on Mozilla Hubs.
3D SPACE & VISUAL STORYTELLING
In 2020, the world discover a series of Monolith appearing on different location, mysteriously. Installed by photographers ? Pranksters ? Sci-Fi Fan ? Many interogations could be answered this way. However, all these installations are calling to a similar question: are we alone in the universe?
This series of images keeps this mystery open: a forest, a NASA spaceship, a box and a metallic monolith reflecting the sun. It's up to your imagination to make whatever you want ou of it.
Artist & Muse
There is not much we have seen about Jeanne Hebuterne's art. Most of her works remained unknown until they were discovered in 1992 and most are today hidden and scattered through private collections.
This small virtual world is following a watercolor she painted a few months before her death, giving a vision of her deteriorating mental state. It gathers a Self-Portrait of blue shades, two portraits by Modigliani, and this watercolor.
The space is available for viewing and exploration in Sketchfab, Artstation, Kuula, on the Imaginary-museum.world platform, and in Augmented Reality on Styly.