'This artwork could not be done anywhere else. Every little bit of light, every colour and every composition is completely composed by the space...It's only made for this place, and only for one night.'
– Antoine + Manuel
About this video
In this interview with curator Anaïs Lellouche, French graphic design artists Antoine + Manuel introduce their projection Eat me, specially designed for White Night 2015 and the Library's La Trobe Reading Room.
Taking their inspiration from the Reading Room's architectural details, and using the dome's monumental space as their canvas, the French duo created brilliantly choreographed projections for this special one-off artwork, appearing for one night only and designed for one space only.
Hear about their experiences working with Melbourne musician Sui Zhen, who provided the soundtrack, then let the atmospheric effects and ethereal pop electronica of Eat me wash over you.
More to explore
- Watch a book's-eye view of the Eat me projection.
- See White Night Melbourne 2015 light up the Library's facade.
Antoine Audiau and Manuel Warosz have run their graphic design studio, Antoine+Manuel, in Paris since 1993. Their multimedia approach embraces culture, fashion and furniture design, with projects ranging from Christian Lacroix and Sèvres porcelain to the Cartier exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris.