Marc Judor has been exploring digital experiences and sensitive architecture for almost 20 years.
Since he was a little boy, he loved the feeling of adventure, the thrill of exploring unknown worlds. His vision is to connect, people, worlds, emotions and technologies. His work tries to put the light on things we don’t see but nevertheless exist and he tries to create an emotional understanding of those different dimensions of our realities.
He is mostly inspired by nature and technology, the infinitely big and the infinitely small, attraction and reaction, but also influenced by quantum physics where the invisible defines the real world with all things being first an evanescent wave before becoming solid matter.
To create his visual and interactive animations, Marc Judor uses mapping tools, projectors, screens, and all kinds of sensors combined with noble materials like steel or wood to create special immersive and interactive animations in public places.
Emotions and experiences are the only true reality
DOCUMENTA FIFTEEN, HIDDEN REALITY, June - September 2022
DOCUMENTA FIFTEEN, Kassel, Germany, June - September 2022
"One strong inspiration for this animation is the bioluminescent world that can be found in very rare nature sanctuaries in the world.
I wanted to reproduce the feeling you have passing through a plankton bench. On the floor, through the use of giant interactive mapping lamps, we will be able to trigger an action, and make the virtual “soil plankton” appear the same way it appears in the sea.
We will merge sea and soil ! And change perceptions a bit like Magritte had done it with the blue orange earth.
Ultimately my goal is to surprise and amaze but also emphasize the fact that what we see is only one part of the reality. The different dimensions are not always accessible at first sight…"
Marc Judor's works
Ile Seguin, Paris, France, 2019
Facade projections on the history of the Ile Seguin
Private collection, Paris, France, 2018
Dynamic, immersive and interactive mapping concept.
Credits LES VANDALES
Private collection, Düsseldorf, Germany, 2020
Interactive sculpture of a hair
Credits Celine Guenancia - Garage Fourgon