vVvoxel | DIGITAL CHOC 2016

Alex Augier
vVvoxel questions the fragility of our system of perception, and our relationship to real and virtual, via sensory experiences which confuse “common sense of our senses”. With video projection, the anatomy of the cube used in oqpo_oooo is being reinvented, allowing forms which were only presumed to become visible.

Roppongi Hills ‘MAT LAB’, Mori Tower 52F, TOKYO CITY VIEW

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02.26—03.21 | 10:00—22:00

  • Entrance

    DOOR¥1,800 , ADV¥1500(TOKYO CITY VIEW Entrance Charge)

    Senior (65 years old or older) 1,500 yen (tax-included), high university student 1,200 yen (tax-included), 4 years old - junior high student 600 yen (tax-included)
    ※Ticket Counter : MORI TOWER 3F

  • Digital Choc 2016 & Scopitone Festival Collaboration Program
    Production : Alex Augier Studio, Stereolux-Scopitone

    Co-organization :Institut français du Japon - Tokyo
    Supported by : Institut français, Ville de Nantes

Artist Profile

  • Alex Augier

    Alex Augier

    Alex Augier is an electronic musician, lives and works in Paris. His work explores digital aesthetics in a transverse prism, including both sound and musical, visual and formal elements.