Kaïros, a collaboration between digital artist Johan Julien and myself, takes the form of an audio and video installation. We conceived it as an invitation for the audience to get in motion, to dance within the exhibition space. During exhibitions, we create an experimental and dedicated space that places the viewer at the heart of the work in an intuitive and playful manner. Alone, with a partner, as a family, or in a group, viewers enter a designated area under the discreet gaze of a camera. Their movements are captured and generate a fleeting and continuous visual projection.

The movements delineate the space, intertwine, and overlap, creating an ever-changing pictorial landscape. The interactive music also responds to the presence of the viewer's body. Designed as an invitation to dance and let go, Kaïros activates and reveals itself as the viewer engages their body in the artwork.