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Scenocosme's Digital Art Installations Use Many Expressive Modes

Gregory Lasserre and Anaïs met den Ancxt are the two French artists who make up 'Scenocosme' -- a name they use to describe their collaborative effort in creating ongoing digital art installations.

The two work to maintain an interactive element in each of their works, allowing viewers to participate with their projects. Scenocosme also includes collective choreographic performances so that a shared sensory experience is reached. With this, the digital art installations explore the human sensory palette in a variety of ways -- using technology, sound, architecture and different genres of art all at once.

The pair's digital art installations have traveled globally since they began in 2004, bringing interactive events from Brazil to China. The works presented by Scenocosme are described as an exploration of "dreams, poetries, sensitivities and delicacies," as well as the "energetic variations of living beings."