Composer: Jean-Baptiste Barrière
Director of photography: Laurent Simonini / Pleine Lune
Software : VRetina David Nahon/Z-A Production
Web graphics designer : Stéphane Thidet
Production: Karen Benarouch/Z-A Production, with the support of
Thanks to: Florence Benayoun, Bernard Benhamou, Claudette
Bribon, Elisabeth Castro, Eric Deltour, Herveline Fabre, Qio, Florentine
Rey, Franck Antunes, David Bouhsira, Café le Moderne
7.47am, a moment of transition, when
everything starts to go awry. So.So.So. (Somebody, Somewhere,
Sometime) tells us the story of the moment when parallel spaces
meet and transform into a storyline by the way we apprehend them:
their fleeting memory is printed on the palimpsest of everybodys
looks. In this transient instant, like in all good stories, there
is a crime; its a perfect crime simply because it happens
somewhere else, in a crisis-ridden world seeping into our daily
lives through different media canals.
So.So.So., the interactive installation by Maurice Benayoun
envisions a universe made of networked scenes that can be explored
through a binocular in a full 360° omni-directional rotation.
Each scene is connected with others through some recurring details
within the images, which act like doorways to other images. The
spectator thus navigates inside the potential story simply by looking
for a while at some key details that operate as invisible portals.
Following on Art Impact, an earlier work of the artist, So.So.So.
uses the »Collective Retinal Memory,« where the visitors
on line and in the exhibition leave the fleeting track of their