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Publié le 29 September

Conferences Demain 3 – Innovation & digital

Demain 3 is a space for exchange and reflection on digital creativity. Conferences, panel discussions, workshops and innovative artistic projects reveal initiatives from actors and professionals building tomorrow’s creation. Local, national and international speakers from arts, education, research, corporate sector… present their experience and initiative.


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Fabrics, textiles and clothing connected

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12TH – 9:30am to 5:00pm

The experiments are numerous in the universe of the textile and fabric industry. What are the new materials? What interactions between the textile and the new technologies? How the universe of makers seizes this material? What are the advantages of the new textiles in our everyday life? What inventions prepare us today the creators and the engineers? To answer these questions, students, artists, researchers, engineers come to present their experiments on October 12th.


9h30        Bérengère Amiot & Lola Chanut – Introduction / Electroni[k]

Morning: Textiles, research & innovation
10h            Solenne Jolivet / Entrepreneur 
10h30       Gisèle Morellec / Teacher Textile at Esmod
11h             Xavier Coadic / Le Biome, BioFabrics
11h30        Agathe Mercat / couturière, Atelier du Vent
12h – 13h  Networking space
13h – 14h BREAK
Afternoon: Textiles, creations & uses
14h         Clémence Sabalic & Fanny Létiche / Aux fils conducteurs – Fablab around fabrics & textiles
14h30    Edith Depond / La Moretaine – Tiguidou
15h         Afroditi Psarra / multidisciplinary artist working on e-textiles, DIY electronics and sound
15h30    Varvara Guljajeva / artist working in duo around arts and technologies / Varvara & Mar, Circular Knitic
16h         Yann Saintclair / interactive designer / Collectif BBB, Hugues
16h30    Romain Ronflette / interactive designer / Collectif Recif, créateurs d’Uluce



Books, reading and digital

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13TH – 9:30am to 5:00pm

What is nowadays reading and what will the book of tomorrow look like? Digital transforms our everyday lives, our connection to the world, to knowledge and to objects that surround us. In the world of publishing, the way we read and the medium we use evolve. The form and the content broaden in order to enable new experiences, placing the reader as an actor of the story. Is interaction becoming central ? What new uses, contents, forms of narration come up ?

Digital and animated books, augmented reality, pop-up, applications, combinatorial or connected stories… Numerous innovations make books sensitive, with our without a digital aspect. Graphic studios, libraries, multimedia libraries, publishers, artists, authors, illustrators, schools, key actors and places talk about their reflexions and initiatives. When tangible and digital meet and complement one another, between paper and screen : we will provoke thoughts and vision, but also touch and manipulation, of new hybrid object.


9h30     Juliette Josselin – Introduction / Electroni[k]

Morning: Reading, new scenarios
10h            Teachers & students of School Trégain à Maurepas / Histoires Connectées‘s residency
10h30       Camille Duvelleroy / interactive scenarist – La grande histoire du petit trait
11h             Gaëlle Pelachaud / author of “Livres animés : entre papier et écran”
11h30        Christina Lumineau / Laplikili

12h – 13h  Networking space
13h – 14h BREAK
Afternoon: Books, objects & innovations
14h           Martin Lambert & Sandra Mellot / Mobilis, École de Design Nantes Atlantique, Université de Nantes & Stereolux / Cycle « Le livre et la lecture dans 5 ans »
14h30      Vincent Godeau & Agathe Demois / artists of Cache-cache Ville
15h           Julia Spiers / Graphist & illustrator / hybrid editorial objects
15h30      Edith Depond / La Moretaine – Tiguidou
16h           Fanny Gauthron / Rue des Livres / Biblio-connexion
16h30      Jean-Jacques Birgé / multimedia artist, sound designer sonore, author



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