Zaterdag 28/01 was het stadhuis van Roeselare decor voor de gedichten van de Roeselaarse stadsdichters.
- Deredactie.be (03/02/2017)
- Het Laatste Nieuws (30/01/2017)
- Het Nieuwsblad (30/01/2017)
Nightingale.be comissioned Alexander Stragier from Limen Visual to make their virtual online expo phyisical at their press event.
By using a kinect sensor, your head movement is tracked and then translated live to a camera in the virtual expo.
This gives the viewer an optical illusion of 3D space.
together with Belgian artist Christo° Marichal, Alexander Stragier organized a high end Art & Design event at Skyline Communications in Izegem, Belgium.
Alexander created a unique interactive installation for Govaert&Vanhoutte architects featuring the future Skyline Communications building.
He also showcased an earlier installation created for the Delta Light Grand Opening event.
All pictures were taken by Hannes Verstraete.
Limen Visual was at the controls of the visuals and lights at the Feestgedruis stage at Cirque Magique Festival in Ledegem, Belgium.
Visuals were created for and adjusted to the stage and projection mapped with two Barco RLM-W8 projectors using Resolume Arena 5. Lights were programmed with touchdesigner to adjust their color, movement and intensity to the visuals used on the stage.
Audiovisual presentation for future architectural and interior design project.
I'm Urban Crafter of 2015!
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Urban Crafts by Hello Bank is a competition founded to support young crafters.
This year I've been selected to join the competition.
Alexander’s Urban Craft is about building audiovisual installations. Alexander Stragier offers a unique mix of audio and video. Today, he wants to continue experimenting as a cause of his result-oriented approach and come up with new creations. Alexander likes to surprise the audience with numerous projects. He obliged himself to learn every day, but he already has a broad knowledge with which he always starts. As a visual artist, he surprised his audience with a play of dark and light. His dream is to continue doing business and also to evolve successfully.
A collaboration between street artist Strook from Bruges, Belgium and Limen visual for the Day One street art Festival in Roeselare, Belgium. The festival also featured David Walker (UK), Deleast (CN), Zed1 (IT), Jana&Js (DE) and many other great artists.
Knowledge centre ARhus in Roeselare, Belgium celebrated it's second birthday with a weekend full of entertainment.
Limen Visual had the oportunity to transform an unused bicycle basement into an audiovisual specacle. An 18m by 4m wall was transormed into an interactive background for the free runners of Wanting Pants and the local DJ's and MC's from Pelzen.
All pictures by Hannes Verstraete
Limen Visual provided supporting visuals for the Club K concept by Klara Festival, Belgium.
Performances by Eric Sleichim (Blindman collectief) , B.O.X. - Baroque Orchestration X feat. Dijf Sanders, Nora Fischer and Freres Deluxe.
Location: Club Mirano Continental, Brussels.
Limen Visual created a visual show for Belgian band 'Waar Is Ken?'
Project was shown in New York and Los Angeles during a short US tour.
Projection mapping installation by Alexander Stragier (Limen Visual) for VIVES Highschool in Kortrijk, Belgium.
Black and white picture of picadilly circus brought to life using projection. The content of the billboards can be dynamically changed by the people of Jan's Hair Design. The time of day in the picture changes very slowly to make sure every time you look at the it, it looks a little different.
To provide interaction with the clients we added a live instagram feed to one of the billboards. When people tag their instagram photo's with #janshairdesign their picture will show up.
Nightingale specializes in creating awareness through strategy, communication and process management. Their intuitive approach lets them work across a range of disciplines, focussing on progressive media relations, event scenography and experimental tactics.
During their 'Level Up' press days Limen Visual was curated to create an experimental light installation for the 'Light Up' chapter.
Interaction experiment with kinect and projection mapping.
Kinect tracks hand movement and translates that data to decide the position of the sun.
By making a fist you trigger a storm animation, linked to a dmx controlled light bulb to simulate lightning.
Projection mapping installation as product presentation for Curana at Eurobike 2015 in Friedrichshafen, Germany.
Quote from their website:
On our Eurobike 2015 Curana booth, we are proud to introduce a promising visual artist from Belgium, Alexander Stragier, who will create an unique, contemporary and interactive visual installation on our booth, by means of 3D projection mapping.
Static pictures of our latest developments will come alive and will offer an astonishing artistic experience.
The magic of Alexanders work lies in the suspension of disbelief and the creative use of light, combining photography with projection. At first seeming to simply illuminate, the images are morphing over time and become 3D interactive structures.
We believe in creative talent and want to give Alexander the opportunity to expose his skills towards an international audience."
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An audiovisual art installation for the Delta Light Grand Opening of their expanded headquarters. The installation was part of an art tour trough the new building featuring 'Them Sculptures', 'Ian Wright', 'Fred Eerdekens' and 'Bompas & Parr'.
accompanying text for the Alexander Stragier art installation:
"Black and white pictures come to life in the audiovisual installations by Alexander Stragier / Limen Visual.
Lights and shadows are manipulated using projection to create a new dimension. A dimension in which we search for the limits of realism. Dreamy scenarios become truth using a golden combination of two timeless techniques, photography and projection."
Interactive light painting installation for the RSL Jazz festival.
Using an XBOX Kinect sensor and Touchdesigner I created an interactive installation where people could add temporary light graffiti to a historical war monument at the RSL Jazz site.
Interactive installation using light bulbs, dmx dimmers, microsoft kinect and touchdesigner.
By moving their arm around, visitors could light up the inside of the rocket creating their own light sculpture.
Installation for 'L I V I N G | Site piramuide' by Thief In The Night
Images by bernd fink
Villa Bota and 'T Entrepot Bruges organized a videomapping camp.
A whole week of animating to then show of the animations of during the weekend.
I took my chance to test my skills on architectural mapping because i'd never had the chance to do one. The images and video shown here is footage of my share in the finished production.
Live visual installation for the Orange&Blue party in Roeselare, Belgium.
The construction was 5m by 3,75m and we used a 6000 lumens wxga projector. Visuals were projection mapped onto the construction and mixed live to the music.
The K/R/V/N or 'de karavan' is a creative event in Roeselare, Belgium.
Limen Visual provided a visual installation during the fashion show and after party. The four windows of the venue were taped in triangles and when dark custom visuals were projected onto and between the triangles.
Limen Visual created the introduction show and provided visuals for a Christmass event organised by Blue Dolphin Events for client Sthree. Theme of the party was 'The world of Sthree'.
For the visuals there was a banner (10m by 4m) with the skyline of New York and projection mapping. In addition to the banner there where two large led screens on each side of the venue. All visuals where custom made for the event. The visuals on the projection and LED screens where perfectly matching and formed one large whole.
"We have seen it so often. Too often. We feel so little. Today there is war and it will be there again tomorrow. Always. At the merest trifle lives are taken for no reason at all. Mother, father, son, daughter. All of them are mercilessly sentenced to the wrong death."
"We zien het zo vaak. Te vaak. We voelen soms zo weinig. Vandaag is er oorlog en dan morgen ook opnieuw. Altijd. Om de haverklap valt ergens wel een dode. Moeder, vader, zoon, dochter. Mensenlevens die te vaak genadeloos tot de verkeerde soort dood veroordeeld worden."
With Today is Death Alexander wants to emphasise the overall presence of war in our current society. Through the repititive representatation of war people get used to its affressive nature. It has become a kind of standard in our daily life, rooted in the deepest fundaments. We also feel like it will never disappear from our society. Through his work Alexander froces you into the cold repetition of blood-stained aversion. In that process he leaves room for the audience to feel something. Or to feel nothing at all.
Met Today is Death wil Alexander de nadruk leggen op de alom vertegenwoordiging van oorlog in ons huidig maatschappijbeeld. Door haar repetitieve aanwezigheid zijn we gaan wennen aan haar aggresieve natuur. We hebben er een norm van gemaakt in onze levens, geworteld als een rots in ons diepste fundament, en gaan er vanuit dat die nooit meer zal verdwijnen. Kijkend dwingt Alexander ons in die kille herhaling van bloederige gruwel en laat dan ruimte om daar zelf iets bij te voelen. Of net niet.
Tekst/Text: Lies Gallez, very talented young writer.
Haar blog: Liesiliteiten
Haar roman: stiltevloeker
'Today is Death' was exhibited at Uamo Art Festival Leuven
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The interactive audiovisual installation can be adapted to fit your venue. If desired it can fill a whole room or wall.
'Today is Death' werd tentoongesteld op Uamo Art Festival Leuven
Visual Experience 1.0 is LIMENs first videomapping-installation, using a self-made cardboard sculpture and 3D + 2D animations
KAMJONG RSL was a peaceful cityparade in the center of Roeselare, Belgium. In the evening there was a mainstage with live painting by SEISMO and live visuals by Limen visual.
Over the years, CITY SPORT became an established name for high quality caps as an exclusive fashionable accessory for the discerning gentleman. The company has always offered a wide variety of caps in exclusive styles and fabrics.
The fourth generation now reaps the rewards of the preceding generations and is now preparing the future, however without losing contact with the family traditions and creativity.
The City Sport cap is now exported to all European countries, and even to Canada and the USA. But the spirit and production still lies in Ardooie, a small village in the neighbourhood of Bruges.
- Cited from their website
This company has an increadibly rich and well preserved history.
They have albums full of old pictures covering their entire company history. A history they don't want to keep for themselves. To show how far around the world City Sport caps can be found they started a competition. Take a selfie with your City Sport cap and send it to them, every month they'll choose the best one and that person wins a cap. For this competition we dived into their old photo album and used some of the best photo's to make a promotional video for the competition showing the authenticity of the company.
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