Faites flotter votre bateau - Projet vidéo sur un bateau en origami

06-20 juillet 2021

 

Ce projet artistique et amusant de l'artiste norvégien Sveinung Nygaard a été organisé afin de représenter la diversité d'Initiatives et Changement. La musique de la vidéo finale est un morceau écrit spécialement par Sveinung et a été jouée le 1 août 2021 lors de la Journée de la gratitude, en accord avec le motif de l'eau adopté par les artistes d'I&C pour célébrer 75 ans de rencontres à Caux.

 
 

Comment tout le monde a été invité d'y participer

1. Filmez-vous pendant que vous êtes en train d'écrire votre histoire.

 

Float your boat 1

 

2. Plie l'histoire en un bateau en origami et...

 

Float your boat 2

 

3. Mettez le bateau à flot!

 
Float your boat 6
 
 

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Regardez la vidéo finale "Like Water We Will Be" avec les bateaux d'origami.

 

 

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Découvrez l'artiste

 

Sveinung Nygaard

Sveinung Nygaard est originaire de Norvège et travaille comme compositeur professionnel. Il est titulaire d'une maîtrise en production audio de l'université de Westminster. Il a composé la musique du championnat du monde de handball au Qatar, de la série télévisée Freej à Dubaï et a son propre projet musical appelé FLYT qui explore comment la musique peut unir une mosaïque de cultures. Sveinung croit qu'il faut raconter des histoires en musique et relier les gens. Il a créé un groupe appelé ‘The Bards’, qui se concentre sur l'utilisation de sa musique pour soutenir le travail sur l'environnement et en particulier le changement climatique.

 

 

 

Photos: Sveinung Nygaard


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