RÉSERVE DÉBOUSSOLÉE: Disoriented storeroom

Music is an important emotional medium, because it speaks to one of our most important senses, the hearing.
— Éric Pétrotto
 Visitors' path. Réserve Deboussolée, Biennale Design Saint Étienne. image ©futurecrafter

 Visitors' path. Réserve Deboussolée, Biennale Design Saint Étienne. image ©futurecrafter

Réserve Déboussolée - Disoriented storeroom, an installation that offers an experience of gallery discovering where sounds, photography, organic and digital come to mingle. The collaboration between 1D touchInclusit Design, and Avant-Goût Studios, 3 french creatives industries, created the new experience for the Biennale Internationale Design Saint-Etienne 2015.

User exploring the senses. Réserve Deboussolée, Biennale Design Saint Étienne. image ©futurecrafter

User exploring the senses. Réserve Deboussolée, Biennale Design Saint Étienne. image ©futurecrafter

This project is an interactive exhibition that appealing to their senses. The visitors are invited to discover Richard Bellia's photography and Elza Lacotte's silkscreen printings. Together with music and sound ambiances activated by his own movements.

UX and photography. Réserve Deboussolée, Biennale Design Saint Étienne. image ©futurecrafter

UX and photography. Réserve Deboussolée, Biennale Design Saint Étienne. image ©futurecrafter

We, through gesture, can interact with the works while stimulating all the senses. As we exploring landscapes of each images by our touch, songs change. Each of us constructs his own path through the artistic proposition, a geotagged path that revealed the footprint of touch discovery.

UX and photography. Réserve Deboussolée, Biennale Design Saint Étienne. image ©futurecrafter

UX and photography. Réserve Deboussolée, Biennale Design Saint Étienne. image ©futurecrafter

The interaction design gave us the simple and intuitive experience, while technology becomes invisible. 

User exploring the musics. Réserve Deboussolée, Biennale Design Saint Étienne. image ©futurecrafter

User exploring the musics. Réserve Deboussolée, Biennale Design Saint Étienne. image ©futurecrafter

We want the Storeroom to be an initiatory route where the audience can be immersed in sound and visual art, and where multimedia linkes all the senses. Technology becomes natural and sensible.
— Avant-Goût Studios
UX and photography. Réserve Deboussolée, Biennale Design Saint Étienne. image ©futurecrafter

UX and photography. Réserve Deboussolée, Biennale Design Saint Étienne. image ©futurecrafter