Anne-Héloïse Dautel is a London-based registered architect, new media and visual artist. Her ongoing research is centred around the role of wonder within aesthetic, perceptual and interactive experiences, tied to both physical and digital environments. Her investigation explores how visual perception shapes our interpretation of the surrounding world through the multiple paradigms of emotional states. Influenced by Oscar Fischinger’s optical poems, her artwork investigates perception under the conditions of a shifting technological culture. She produces creative coding, computer-mediated graphics and architectural installations aiming to allow room for wonder and accommodate analogue phenomena while maintaining its relevancy in our digital era.
Arts & Design
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