Saturday 16th of October 2021
8:30 pm > 11:30 pm – Loop screening
Circus-mapping performance at 8:45 pm, 9:10 pm, 9:35 pm, 10:10 pm, 10:45 pm

Total duration: approx. 30 min env.
Health pass is required – Wearing a mask is mandatory
Access conditions subject to the evolution of the health situation

Saint-Pierre Church: access by the Avenue du Général Leclerc
Museum of Art and Archaeology: Place Notre-Dame
Cathedral Notre-Dame de Senlis: Place du Parvis Notre-Dame
Royal Castle: access by the Place du Parvis Notre-Dame
+ Circus-mapping show: Place Notre-Dame
60300 Senlis

Video mapping tour

A mapping tour in the “royal city”, to celebrate the rich heritage of this city full of history. The programme includes monumental creations on the Cathedral and the Royal Castle, an immersive mapping in the heart of Saint-Pierre Church, a creation in the Museum of Art and Archaeology based on the paintings of Séraphine de Senlis, as well as a show combining circus and mapping to be discovered on your journey!
As part of the National Architecture Days.

Saint-Pierre Church:

Anechoic chambers are probably the strangest type of rooms in the world. Also called deaf chambers, they are experimental environments whose walls absorb sound waves. They are spaces without echoes, where you can hear your own heartbeat.
As if it were a profane temple, the light of this video mapping dematerialises the architecture of the church into radiant pulsations so that the inner sensations merge with the materiality of the walls, while hiding and revealing a dreamlike crowd, guardians of secular relics.
God in his perfection can do anything. Saying that God does not exist acknowledges his possibility of not existing. If he could not, he would lack perfection. Proving God is therefore ceasing to make him exist. So, like a prayer without an expected answer, an inner voice without echoes, the “anechoisms” play with the desacralised site of Saint-Pierre’s Church to mix its past and its present, and oswing from cult to culture, from introspection to extravagance, in an experience without linearity.

Supervision: Ludovic BURCZYKOWSKI
Visual design: Simon LEBON, Adrien TISON
Original music: Aleksi AUBRY CARLSON

Museum of Art and Archaeology:

In the hands of Seraphine
In one of the rooms of the Senlis Museum of Art and Archaeology, a delicate lyrical song calls out the names of flowers and invites the paintings to jump out of the frame! This video mapping, inspired by the life and work of the painter Séraphine, invites you to plunge into the raw and shimmering universe of the incredible Senlis artist.

Supervision: Susie lou CHETCUTI
Visual design: Susie lou CHETCUTI, Loan LE HOANG, Lea MINIGGIO, César PAYRAT
Original music: Géraldine KWIK
Lyrical singing: Isabelle ROZIER
Studio recording: Fred CANDEILLE, Studio La Fabric

Circus-mapping show – Place Notre-Dame:
Performance at 8:45 pm, 9:10 pm, 9:35 pm, 10:10 pm, 10:45 pm

Manantial is a performance combining circus art and video mapping.
Manantial means spring in Spanish.
Around the relationship between man and nature, the piece presents the dialogue of 3 characters with a water entity.
In their wandering, they will meet ice, waves, storms before calming down.

Performance: Yerko CASTILLO, Paul-Emmanuel CHEVALLEY, Denisse MENA
Visual design: Susie lou CHETCUTI, Paul GARCIA, Clément GOFFINET, Jules HUVIG
With the participation of: Lea MINIGGIO, César PAYRAT
Staging: Benjamin DURAND
Light creation: Clément GOFFINET
Original music: Géraldine KWIK

Cathedral Notre-Dame de Senlis:

A soul leaves Earth and rises through different skies in a dazzling video mapping on the theme of spiritual elevation.

Supervision: Susie lou CHETCUTI
Visual design: Noémie BONNEL, Susie lou CHETCUTI, Krissy KARMINSKI
Original mapping: Erick BEJARANO

Royal Castle:

The young king and the deer
Charles VI is a character with a colourful history. King appreciated by his people, he was unfortunately afflicted with terrible psychic disorders. Using the magical properties of the forest, this video mapping invites you to explore the different aspects of the personality of Charles VI in the manner of a tale.

Supervision: Jules HUVIG
Animation: Jules HUVIG, Stéphanie LÉONARD, Lea MINIGGIO, César PAYRAT, Clément VERFAILLIE
Musique originale: Virgile GUIOST



Video mapping tour created for the Video Mapping Festival organised by Rencontres Audiovisuelles.

With the support of the City of Senlis.



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