Hide & See(k) is a work in progress creation which proposes a mobile performance based on an ultra-mobile artistic intervention on a neighborhood scale.
Videoprojectionists appear and disappear into public spaces, streets, sites to surprise and challenge the public. Videos, sounds, pictures, words are looming on walls, buildings and try to call out people to a vision of our contemporary society.
Hide & See (k) explore a new visual language to evoke the history of a city through the prism of new technologies and digital. This future creation highlights the transgenerational dimension of our history by assembling different subjects: from collage, handwriting to digital media, from film photography to live video...

Team members

Pierre Duforeau (artistical direction ), Nicolas Thiry (creation, post production and video control), Mathieu Monnot (musical composer), Simon Frezel - Vincent Muteau -  Julien Penichost (video creation), Clément Rossi (mediation & matter), Manu Berk (graphism, illustration), David Bourbon (graphism & video accompaniment).

Type and scale of venue required

Interventions indoor, outdoor, in public space, in-situ, or in monumental, industrial sites,… the space requirement is modular.

Running time

General running time : 20mn-25mn. It can be more longer.

Age suitability

Around 10 years old.

Wrap around 

We can provide workshops and talks around the project.