For kids and teens
Minecraft10 Oct - 22 Nov 2015
The event is over
every mondays, wednesdays, saturdays, sundays
every days except tuesdays
every wednesdays, saturdays, sundays
In the heart of the boundless virtual world, buildings created in the videogame Minecraft by experienced players echo major works in the architecture collection of the Centre Pompidou. In the game, inspired by these reinterpretations, teenagers collectively reinvent these architectural masterpieces by appropriating the codes of recognised architects. Architects, designers and artists meet the public in workshops dedicated to new creative processes. A constantly evolving sculpture by Irish artists Brendan Jamison and Mark Revels, made of thousands of sugar cubes (a reference to the world and aesthetic of the game Minecraft), involves the participation of teenagers, and casts the public in the role of builders. Lastly, works created for the Kinect technology encourage them to experience some extraordinary digital experiments!