Visual art project –not selected–, 2021

In its call for projects, the city of Lausanne wanted a temporary use with a programme linked to the North Sea. The location was the former bus stop from the Swiss national exhibition of 1964, designed by local architects Charles Thévenaz and Maurice Cosandey.

The present proposal was to turn the pavilion into a laboratory.  This project included a partnership with a music school to integrate a 3D sound system, students from the Bergen School of architecture working on the North See, local artists from Visarte and the FabLab Renens. 

The mockup of the pavilion was used to test the construction of the author’s immersive screen. 

Below: night representation with art piece (collage). Courtesy Maude Sauvage, artist.