Shift 2015 Animation, video projection, styrene 50 x 26 x 1/8 in (127 x 66 x 0.3 cm) Watch the video >
My generation has witnessed the rise of the Digital Age, the emergence of the Internet, personal devices, screens, software and games. I see this as an opportunity to experiment with new ways of making art, an irresistible medium in which to merge the real and the imaginary. My work explores the presence of the digital
Philippe Safire Studio explores the digital presence in our lives. Highlights from 2010 to 2015.
Warmest wishes for a year filled with happiness, health, and creativity.
Today we light a candle in the studio. The story of the Paris attacks becomes an inspiration as we progress on this new art installation about time, memory, and life.
We are pleased to be part of the upcoming exhibition STEAM3—curated by Derek Woodgate—that will be held at Centennial Hall, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Sun Child, a computer film (Duration 12:00 minutes) will be installed in the Interactive Storytelling section. Read more >
Our latest art installations combine an animation projected onto a sculpture. This creative approach led us to explore the concept of “projection” in psychological terms. The Rorschach test serves as a visual inspiration of this phenomena. Watch the video >
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A new publication featuring Philippe Safire’s work has been released. Written by Anaïs Bernard and Bernard Andrieu, the book entitled Manifeste des arts immersifs examines audience engagement with Multimedia Art. Learn More >
We have been working on a new sculpture representing a human skull. The piece is entitled Vanitas and alludes to the famous tradition within European art, in which the viewer is confronted by his own mortality. Watch the video >