PULLMAN PARIS TOWER EIFFEL

In partnership with ARTPOINT, the Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel offers you the experience of digital art. Each month, discover the video artworks of four of the most cutting-edge digital artists of the moment on the sumptuous wall of screens located in the lobby. Find out more about the current exhibition here!

VINCENT UBAGS

 
Vincent Ubags is a Belgian artist, born in 1982 in Liege. Passionate about drawing from an early age, he spends hours at his desk to develop his technical skills. He then opted for higher education in computer graphics, then continued his training as a self-taught artist after his studies in acrylic painting and then oil painting. In 2016, he started to really get interested in digital arts and 3D when he became a technical assistant at Adobe in Maastricht, where he stayed for two years. He then learns to use creative software such as Cinema4D by following tutorials that can be found on the internet.

COMPILATION

 
Nature, science, and literature are all areas that inspire Vincent in his art, but he also draws a lot of inspiration from the Satisfying or Asmr videos that are mostly found on Instagram. He likes the idea of combining the notion of relaxation and well-being with therapeutic images.

 
 

 

COMPILATION

 
Nature, science, and literature are all areas that inspire Vincent in his art, but he also draws a lot of inspiration from the Satisfying or Asmr videos that are mostly found on Instagram. He likes the idea of combining the notion of relaxation and well-being with therapeutic images.

 
 

 

JP YEPEZ

JP Yepez is a new media artist, musician and researcher from Quito, Ecuador. He designs audiovisual experiences through creative coding, sound design and music. He works on generative art projects that echo questions about human-machine interaction and computational creativity. JP’s experimental music composition practices and his title, Doublethink, were featured in The Modern Music Technologist, an online course from Kadenze. He has been actively working as an artist and performer throughout his MFA studies at the California Institute of the Arts, including as a creative technologist and curator of the Digital Arts Exhibition. He has been a strong advocate for digital arts education through his work as a special instructor at CalArts [2017], a music technology tutor at Victoria University of Wellington [2019-2020] and Massey University in New Zealand [2020], and a creative technology consultant at Kadenze Inc. since 2015.

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ARBITRARY

JP designs audio-visual experiences through creative coding, sound design and music, and works on generative art projects that echo questions about human-machine interactions and computational creativity.

 

 

ARBITRARY

JP designs audio-visual experiences through creative coding, sound design and music, and works on generative art projects that echo questions about human-machine interactions and computational creativity.

 

 

KUKA

 
Kuba is an architect from Vienna with a special interest in movement and sound design. During his studies of art and architecture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, he developed a solid command of a whole range of digital tools that he now uses in his projects. To create, he uses 3D modeling software such as Rhino, Grasshopper or Maya for example. Another example of a tool, the Houdini software allows him to simulate environments in the works he creates. As he says himself, his work is similar to kitbashing, that is to say the attempt to reconstitute something coherent from more or less incompatible parts. From the moment Kuba began to shift his focus from the natural habitat (built environment) to virtual space, his framework for working, but more importantly for thinking and understanding space, radically shifted and expanded. Convinced that the film industry will play a major role in the architectural design process in the future, he enjoys immersing himself in a form of virtuality through digital technology in order to explore and better understand the challenges of the continuous discovery of space.
 

TRACED DANCE

Traced dance is a “digital dance 2.0” created by Kuba, during a collaboration with Prodbyeros. This work is entirely made in 3D.

TRACED DANCE

Traced dance is a “digital dance 2.0” created by Kuba, during a collaboration with Prodbyeros. This work is entirely made in 3D.

ELIZA STUTHERS-JOBIN

 
Eliza Struthers-Jobin is a Montreal artist and programmer based in Paris. Her work is playful and game-based. She explores our senses and our perception, often through the creation of immersive interactive audiovisual installations. With a background in film, communication and creative industry, Eliza is self-taught in digital tools. She often uses tracking and machine learning to transpose the audience in real time into digital spaces parallel to ours. She is interested in the subtleties of sound and movement, and the different ways that spaces can influence what they contain. For example, her digital sculptures are molded by invisible, but equally powerful, waves that vibrate and traverse the digital space that contains them.
 

BUBBLE BLACK 1

Bubble black 1 is part of the Unity series, a series of generative works by the artist who is interested in the subtleties of movement and the different ways that spaces can influence what they contain.

BUBBLE BLACK 1

Bubble black 1 is part of the Unity series, a series of generative works by the artist who is interested in the subtleties of movement and the different ways that spaces can influence what they contain.

About the Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel

The Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel offers comfort, simplicity and elegance at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. You can celebrate your personal and professional events in style, thanks to a dedicated and attentive team.

With 430 rooms at the foot of the Iron Lady, the Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel is the perfect place for business or leisure travelers. The hotel also offers 23 flexible spaces, including a ballroom, to accommodate all types of events. The FRAME bar-restaurant and its terrace are the ideal place for cosmopolitan meetings. The fitness room and some rooms offer a breathtaking view of the Seine, the Trocadero and the Eiffel Tower.