Revisiting Diard and Duvaucel
Video-mapping by French artist Julien Nonnon
Thanks to his mobile projection system, French artist Julien Nonnon creates ephemeral digital frescoes, illuminating the buildings and facades of Armenian Street.
Inspired by drawings of Singapore fauna made by French naturalists Pierre-Médard Diard and Alfred Duvaucel, the images of Julien Nonnon merge imaginary, mythology, fantasy and the familiar body of those who carry their memory here and now.
Founding member of Le3 creative studio, Julien Nonnon’s works essentially articulate the interaction of his creations with the architecture and urban elements surrounding him, combining street-art, kinetic installations, digital creations and videomapping.
This project is made possible by the generous and leading support of Total Foundation, a global citizenship programme of Total.
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