Saturday 16th of September 2023
9 pm > 11 pm – Loop screening

Total duration of the creations: approx. 15 min
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Video mapping tour at the Historial of the Great War
Place André Audinot
80200 Péronne
Video mapping tour

The Video Mapping Festival returns to the Historial of the Great War in Péronne for the European Heritage Days and offers you a brand new tour. Discover a monumental mapping on its facade and wander through the museum’s collections at night with 3 micro mapping!
Castle’s facade:
► Luminescence
In the submarine base of Péronne, a mission is launched by the 4 crew members of the submarine Le Nostromo. But the demining of the ocean depths will not go as planned…
A playful and poetic visual adventure for the whole family!
Direction: White Rabbit Pictures
Original music: Marc Bour
Soldier’s tunics:
► War under the skin
The English, French and German troops experienced the same war, the same fight.
Soldiers are immediately faced with the cruelty of war, and must deal with this dark reality. Although their uniforms are different, their humanity remains the same. Smoking a cigarette, writing a letter, listening to some music… each soldier finds peace in simple pleasures.
This mapping aims to reveal these comforting moments, which bring light into the darkness of war.
Direction and animation: Éloi FÉVRIER
Original music: Virgile GUIOST
Painting – There is dawn :
► Decay of reason
There is always a dawn, the observation is almost trivial. War, as distant on the political level as this Christic representation can be, is an intrusion into existence. The identity and nationality of the soldiers seems to have little importance in what will become a representation on the wall of a wealthy interior that is about to know the war again. There will be another dawn.
According to There is dawn, Will Longstaff
Direction and animation: Patrick GRANDI
Original music: Géraldine KWIK
Painting – La pensée aux absents:
► Drachenhöhle / La caverne du dragon / The dragon’s den
Using André Devambez’s triptych La pensée aux absents (Thought for the absents), this interactive installation revisits the story of the Dragon’s Cave, an underground First World War battlefield, populated by ghosts and swept by flames.
Based on La pensée aux absents, André Devambez
Direction and animation: Jules Camille HUVIG
Original music: Géraldine KWIK

Video mapping tour organised by Rencontres Audiovisuelles and the Historial of the Great War as part of the Video Mapping Festival.

With the support of the Hauts-de-France Region, DRAC Hauts-de-France and Département de la Somme.
In collaboration with the City of Péronne.


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