The three wining projects of PULSAR The Open Art Prize first edition are Image / Mouvement from Simon Hill (programmer and sound engineer) et Eric Minh Cuong Castaing (choreographer), BodyFail de Clément Barbisan (creative coder), Thomas Guillemet (artist - designer), Jean-Marc Matos (choreographer) et Urinotron de Gaspard Bébé-Valérian (plastic artist) et Dorian Reunkrilerk (designer)
Accenture is the major partner of PULSAR The Open Art Prize first edition. Accenture co-created with PULSAR the technological capsules programmed every day from 2 to 5 October at STATION F.
The Fondation Groupe EDF is the great patron of PULSAR The Open Art Prize first edition. The Fondation Groupe EDF will host the final exhibition of this first edition in December in its space located in the VIIth district of Paris.
STATION F is partner of the first edition of PULSAR The Open Art Prize. STATION F welcomes PULSAR from 2 to 5 October 2017 for its great week of creation.
WeTransfer and PULSAR The Open Art Prize have entered into a new kind of diffusion partnership. In January 2018, at the end of the exhibition at the Fondation Groupe EDF, WeTransfer will broadcast on its platform the winning works of PULSAR in their digital version.
Partner of this first edition, TechShop - Leroy Merlin welcomes the 10 finalist teams of PULSAR from 2 to 5 October 2017 to create their prototype of collaborative work.