Gaetan Langlois-Meurinne is an interactive media designer working with participatory installations and topics such as improvisation and play.
Initially, he is interested in creating dynamic scenes within the given frame in short films. During his bachelor’s in Interactive Media Design at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague (NL), his curiosity shifted from two-dimensional work to spatial storytelling. Mainly, he worked with interactive spaces and projection areas that invite the visitor to take an active role.
His latest work ‘Pursuit of Illinx’, a participatory installation, invites the visitor, who is attached to the limbs with ropes, to engage in new, previously unthinkable movements through the constraints. Among others, he created the set design for the composition ‘Ode Triunfal’ at the Royal Conservatoire The Hague and assisted in the app development for ‘The Walks’ by Rimini Protokoll and the VR installation ‘Kusunda’ for NowHere Media.