Guillaume Pascale is a programmer of audiovisual and software drifts. He proposes an unstable liminal point of view on the environment where operative images, data architectures, sound and musical environments participate in the elaboration of speculative fictions that flirt with documentary drift. His work has been presented at Interaccess (Toronto), Perte de Signal, Place des arts, Cinémathèque québécoise, SPAMM (Paris), Musée des Beaux-Arts de Caen, ENSP (France), among others.
Guillaume Pascale CA/QC — Habitat 404
A stereoscopic machinima exploring the “detachment” of human societies from the Earth’s surface. This film is made in the Google Maps environment, specifically, in a residential neighborhood undergoing redevelopment in Laval. Presented in stereoscopy, this machinima suggests a habitat of indeterminate volume, whose material consists of a film of data, through which we observe the ongoing metaphorical detachment of human societies from the earth’s surface.
Presented by Hexagram