As an emerging artist in digital arts and electronic music, Lucas Paris engineers devices aiming to shape the immaterial: sound and light. Combining an artistic approach around digital synthesis networks and design of technological inter-media devices, he creates links between sight, sound, digital identity, and the intangible. By exploring sensorial mechanisms and new associations between movement, sound, space, light and images he seeks to extend a perceptual vocabulary.
AntiVolume i i 1&2
These prints reflect the volumetric and intangible movements of light and sound of the AntiVolume series of performances. Inspired by enchanting permutations of the 21st century, a photographic eye and digital graphic design capture moments from virtual kinetic sculptures and digital environments sculpted by the artist.