Théoriz created an adaptation of their Noisy Skeleton especially for TEDxLausanne 2015 to fit with the scale of the Amphimax. Their performance will slowly immerse the audience in a reality where images and sounds echo human motions in real time, and where the body becomes the sole keeper of time passing.

About the speaker


Théoriz is an art and technology studio creating interactive audiovisual performances and installations. Théoriz was founded by Jonathan Richter and David-Alexandre Chanel, both engineers, researchers and artists specialized in new media. In collaboration with graphic designers, engineers and interactive media specialists, Théoriz mixes traditional animation, augmented reality and sound environment to challenge the audience on their perception of reality. Their work has been shown in Dubaï, Germany, France, Israël…