Permafrost is a video and sound installation presented at MAPRAA in March 2019. Images of a snowy landscape are projected onto two PE tarpaulin screens in which a digital double of my own body moves.

“The video sequences of Guillaume Seyller's Permafrost installation play on a situation that could be that of survival. That of a digital character, left to his own devices in a desert of snow and wind: silent forests and an abandoned village. But a shift is gradually taking place, and we understand that this two-faced character is not subject to the constraints of our physical world. That it is in fact a liminal character, located at the threshold, at the interface between two worlds. On the one hand our physical world captured by the camera; on the other by a simulated world, digital environment, spectral layer that we perceive through its invisibles. »

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