Video Mapping Workshop
September 2015 // Lille (FR)

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Monday 7th > Monday 14th of September 2015
L’hybride – Lille (FR)

In September 2015, about 30 students from all over Europe came to Lille to participate in a 7-day video mapping workshop. With a background in animation and graphic design, they learnt how to cooperate with each other to create video mapping installations.
Everyday objects lent by people from Lille were turned into art pieces thanks to the video mapping creations made by these students. Through the exhibition of their creations, they imagined a museum of the future bearing testimonies of the life of Lille’s inhabitants in 2015.

The workshop and the video mapping exhibition were the first 2 activities of the Euranim project. The event was an opportunity to launch the activities of the 3 years to come.


picto_euranim_oeil_noir   Training staff

picto_euranim_horizontal_noir  Samy Barras, Ludovic Burczykowski, Tamás Zádor

picto_euranim_oeil_noir  Creative teams

picto_euranim_horizontal_noir ASP – Katowice (Poland)
Bartłomiej Leszek, Irmina Tota, Mateusz Trytek

picto_euranim_horizontal_noir College of Art – Leeds (United Kingdom)
Oscar Barany

picto_euranim_horizontal_noir ECV – Lille (France)
Antoine Dhont, Joseph Loche

picto_euranim_horizontal_noir Ésaat – Roubaix (France)
Camille Lonchampt, Juliette Paquet

picto_euranim_horizontal_noir Howest – Kortrijk (Belgium)
Mathias Aerts, Bert Steyaert

picto_euranim_horizontal_noir KASK – Ghent (Belgium)
Jasmijn Cedee, Felix Dhuys, Hannes Legrand, Jef Staut, Liene Straupe

picto_euranim_horizontal_noir Leeds Beckett University – Leeds (United Kingdom)
Josh Seelan, Cahyle Smith

picto_euranim_horizontal_noir MOME – Budapest (Hungary)
Dániel Cseh, Zénó Mira

picto_euranim_horizontal_noir Plymouth College of Art – Plymouth (United Kingdom)
Tim Franklin, Tom Callis

picto_euranim_horizontal_noir The Animation Workshop / VIA University College – Viborg (Denmark)
Léonard Bismuth, Isak Howalt Owe

picto_euranim_horizontal_noir Turku University of Applied Sciences – Turku (Finland)
Mika Kosinen, Heta Okkonen


In the framework of the European Heritage day celebrations in line with the national theme “Heritage of the 21st Century, a history of the future”.
With the support of the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, the City of Lille and the Nord-Pas de Calais Region.