Created artworks take the form of multimedia immersive installations and participative performances involving both sight as hearing, touch or smell, and developing interaction with public. The technologies used for this purpose range from stereoscopic 3D relief to of image and sound spatialization through perfumes diffusion or motion capture interfaces.
Works primarily question the ability to create among participants and spectators certain basic states of consciousness, causing determined feelings, emotions or thoughts. The artists share the belief that it is indeed possible, through a poetic sensitivity, to create a direct relationship between artworks and participants, regardless of any verbal or figurative mediation. Thus, most pieces are built as a form of rituals that constitute, as Mysteries of Eleusis or Ephesus, an invitation to reflexive knowledge. In each of these works, the flow of sensitive sounds, images, perfumes, body movement invite the participant to explore the subjective landscape of his own dreaming, where he is able to gradually experiment his creative freedom.
The part left to interpretation of the performance is constantly thinking at the time of writing. It is then important to determine what is the essence of the irreductible identity of the work and what is accidental and make the richness of multiple interpretations.