in 1968, Anne-Sarah Le Meur received her Ph.D. in
“ Aesthetics, Science and Technology of Arts” (english
abstract) in November 1999 from The
Université Paris 8 Vincenne - Saint-Denis, directed
by Edmond Couchot (Jury : Sally Jane Norman, Michel Bret, Edmond Couchot).
Both her theoretical (Ph.D, articles) and practical research has dealt
with the influence of 3D data processing on the imagination and shown
in artworks. Her aim is to reveal how the expression of the body can
be transformed. Her images and animations (Aforme : Some Skin
Still Remains, Outgest, In-Bees-Tw'..., Where
It Wants To Appear/Suffer) have been shown in France, Germany,
England, Brazil, Hong-Kong, South Korea and Japan.
Since 2000, she has been working on real time 3D images for an interactive,
immersive virtual environment work : Into
the Hollow Of Darkness, based on the viewer’s
desire to perceive. Since 2005, its visual part Eye-Ocean
has been shown as a video projection, a mono screen presentation sometimes
with a performance
(Grey-Moire, Creased Stria, etc.). Its panoramic
and interactive part, Beyond-Round,
is now finshed (ZKM residency, 2006-2010), and has been exhibited
in its evolving versions (some interactive works need to be exhibited
to be finished) especially in ZKM
(2011) (see Beyond-Round,
Her digital works have been realised with diverse versions of Michel
Bret' software, Anyflo, developed at University Paris VIII,
a very interesting tool for the programming artist that is looking
for another conception of the 3D image. After having worked with WTK
(World Tool Kit graphics library), Anne-Sarah Le Meur
works now with OpenGL (C programming language).
She goes on writing and photographing.
Since 2012 AS Le Meur is represented by Galerie
Charlot (Paris - Tel Aviv),
where prints and generative pieces are exhibited together.
Having taught for two years long (1995-1997) at the University
Bauhaus-Weimar in Germany, she has been Assistant Professor
and teacher-researcher for the Arts Department of Paris
1 University Pantheon-Sorbonne, Saint-Charles site since
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