Rémi Vincent (aka Tetsouille) is an in demand art director and motion designer, celebrated for his colossal multidisciplinary collaborations with Moment Factory (Madonna, Tiësto), Cirque du Soleil and Geodezik (Katy Perry, Pink). His technically impeccable, vector loaded graphic design comes alive via a vast swath of whimsical, kinetic patterns inspired by the World Wide Web and the world of music. Vincent is also one half of the technically trippy, animation-mighty creative duo Champagne Club Sandwich (with Gabriel Poirier-Galarneau), and was previously one third of live motion design collective BRILLE², which conjured up eye-popping visual architectures for the likes of Mr. Oizo and Simian Mobile Disco. From the hand crafted to the highly elaborate, Vincent’s otherworldly optical dimensions are well worth stepping into at the Musée d’art contemporain during MUTEK 2015. Performaing live at NOCTURNE MUTEK 5 and MÉTROPOLIS 2
Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal (MAC) - BWR Room
WHO: Montréal-based French art director, motion designer, illustrator and VJ Rémi Vincent
STYLE: Experimental vector loaded graphic design, bright and crisp with a psychedelic edge
LATEST WORK: Visuals at the 10th anniversary of Montréal’s Igloofest 2016
MORE: Is also an illustrator and painter featured in gallery shows and live painting events
MUTEKs: Montréal: 2015
Technically impeccable and jumping with playful energy, Tetsouille’s brightly coloured kinetic visuals conjure otherworldly optical dimensions, drawing on internet imagery and a variety of musical genres.
For over 10 years, Rémi Vincent has been creating visuals for musicians, organizations and large scale events, online and on the walls. He’s co-founder of Champagne Club Sandwich with Gabriel Poirier-Galarneau, known for their technically trippy visuals that make use of animation in inspired new ways – their Find Bob project of video mapped projections-meets-live-game lit up downtown buildings in Montréal in 2013. Previously, Vincent belonged to live motion design collective BRILLE², which conjured up eye popping visual architectures for the likes of Mr. Oizo and Simian Mobile Disco. More recently he collaborated on live visuals for Taylor Swift’s 1989 tour, and has been integral in multidisciplinary collaborations with Montréal-based multimedia studio Moment Factory, creating visuals for Madonna and Tiësto and more massive stage shows including for the studio Geodezik, providing content for shows by Katy Perry and Pink, and Cirque du Soleil.
As Tetsouille, Vincent’s visuals roam towards the experimental and freeform, in flux with music and environment. He returns to MUTEK this year with more elaborate and hand crafted original images, setting the visual tone for a memorable Sunday night.