Programming : Fraction

Node in C is an audiovisual piece drawn from a work of modeling and graphic representation of Raphael Olivier’s research theme that he was conducting as part of his doctoral thesis (Paris Dauphine) at the crossroads of social and anthropological sciences, economic and environmental.

At the end of 2019, Raphael contacts Eric Raynaud in order to help him to represent concepts that he used during his research, in particular on the theoretical approach of “actant-network” (imagined by Michel Callon from 1980s), and produce audiovisual content that will be integrated into his phd-thesis.

All the piece has been generated in real time without editing, using more than 200 automations parameters to transform the environment and move camera across it, accordingly to a pre-established scenario.