Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th of September 2021
9 pm > 11 pm – Loop screening

Duration: approx. 10 min
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Auditorium Saint-Jean
Place Saint-Jean
62500 Saint-Omer

Monument video mapping

This historic site of musical practice and presentation welcomes a mapping on its facade. This creation, inspired by oriental calligraphy, alludes to the meeting between the senses and spirituality.

► 狐踊り(Kitsune Odori) – A day like flowering flower
Since centuries, Kajadefu is used to open the celebration day in Okinawa. A good atmosphere like a flowering in a morning sun is the feeling that comes from the music and the traditional okinawan dance.
Suddenly a visitor appears, a Kitsune (fox in Japanese), fascinated by the music and the dancers. He starts to follow the melody and tries to continue the music in his own style.
In the end, we discover that the Kitsune is a mythological fox with 9 tails that can transform into a human being!

Supervision: Igor Shin MOROMISATO
Visual design: Kevin GACHET-THAI, Sae-Yun JUNG, Roxane LOISY, Igor Shin MOROMISATO
Sanshin and Voice: Brandon ING, with the song Kagiyadefuu
Original music: Aleksi AUBRY-CARLSON



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

With the support of the City of Saint-Omer.



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