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Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Video short documentary "LightSpin" by Eric Paré, and "Suspended" 2013/14 premiere episode of "The Dewarists-India" exploring duality themes through light/music/vocals







Watch "LightSpin" the story by Eric Paré of how he managed to take half a million pictures of contemporary dancers in the dark using light-painting, stop-motion and bullet-time techniques. Technical constraints and limitations of working in a 360 degree environment narrowed the visual possibilities, and brought to life the LightSpin signature and flow - after months of trials and errors in complete darkness.

LightSpin is an experimental photography art project that finds its source in a unique light painting technique. Performers are improvising contemporary dance movements at the center of a ring on which 24 cameras are mounted. Their brief dances are carried out in complete darkness, light being aimed at the subjects as to reveal their shapes and movements, thus capturing their passage in a defined space. "Making of" Image Credits: Eric Paré





Artist's Statement: "I am an image creator working with light-painting, bullet-time and stop-motion techniques. Everything I do is lit by hand. No special effects are added in post production. My projects involves: contemporary dance - circus artists - body painting - light painting - stop motion - portraiture - workshops - 360 degree - multi-camera array - live events. My studio is in Montréal, Québec, Canada. Google+ EricParé







Video MTV series "The Dewarists - Suspended" 2013-2014 season premiere in the snow-capped mountains of Manali, India, with episode collaborating artists - Eric Pare, a light painter and visual artist from Montreal, Canada; Prashant Mistry, a multi-instrumentalist and founder of Engine-Earz Experiment; and Monica Dogra, the vocalist from indie rock duo Shaa'ir + Func. Their collaboration explores the theme of duality. While Monica and Prashant explore the various musical possibilities, Eric and his Light-painting creative assistant, Marie-Line Migneault work on incorporating light patterns with the music to create a multi-sensory experience that pushes the envelope of how these mediums have sought confluence in the past.