The project: anthonysalvi.com/Les-artistes-du-numerique
Thanks to all artists:
Clément Praslin-Nivière, Dothy Moroders, Charly Basilic, Tido Berman, Jean-François Rauzier, Eric Wenger
Many thanks to the team: Aude Gill, Raphaël Firon, Louis Fauquembergue, Yann Berthin, Richard Courcet, Laurent Rouquette, Loriel Verlomme, Teddy Schroeder, Lorenzo Boldarino, Nicolas Jeanpierre, Vincent Delbos, Nicolas Kengen, Sebastian König, Gil Salvi, Audrey Henry
And our partners:
LittleGrand Studio: Bérengère Laurin, Nathalie Dupeyron, Patrice Dubois
LEN Enterprise: Michel Cao, Olivier, Donatien, Skandre, Sylvaine
ISART Digital: Xavier Rousselle, Karin Houpillard, Laurent Menu
Qarnot Computing: Paul Benoit
The main idea is to illustrate the impact of digital tools on our world. Computers, software and new technology offer to more people the chance to create what they want. That’s why digital artists use these new tools every day to create new forms of art. I found 6 artists representing this development. Clément Praslin-Nivière is a graphic designer, Dothy Moroders is a motion-graphic designer, Charly Basilic is a web-designer, Tido Berman is a musician & film-maker, Jean-François Rauzier is a photographer,Eric Wenger a digital artist and software designer.
The goal was to imagine a double portrait. First, the portrait of the human being behind the technology. Human beings are the heart of any form of art. Secondly the portrait of his creative life. As an example : for a musician, his discography.
To translate this creative story into a CGI object, I used a process optimized for all artists. The book of David McCandless(Datavision) was a good starting point for me. In my work, the result is a graphic. This graphic is drawn after a complex analysis of each artist creation and is used to generate the CGI object. Finally, I merge this two portraits of the artist and his own CGI object in a unique picture.