Apollo Noir & Thomas Pons: (Un)related to God

Augmented City. Urban experiences of Augmented Reality

September 22-25
Sala Plató de Cineteca

The augmented reality exhibition (Un)related to God is a creative “ping pong” whose universe evolves through its different representations. It is the result of the collaboration between the musician and producer Apollo Noir and the director and designer Thomas Pons.

(Un)related to God explores the relation with God through the repetitive movements of small figures drawn in black silhouettes. These beings are a metaphor of Humans as the creators of their own faith.

With the support of Institut Français in Paris, the presentation of this project in L.E.V. Matadero will serve as a milestone for the presentation of the new international networking project Sensor/PLAY promoted by the Festivals Semibreve in Braga (Portugal), L.E.V. Festival and Festival Maintenant in Rennes (France).


Artistic direction, sound & visual creations: Apollo Noir & Thomas Pons
Artistic advisor: Julie Stephen Chheng
Technical advisor: Maël Teillant
Sound engineer: Maxime Maurel

(Un)related to God is an original creation by Apollo Noir & Thomas Pons, accompanied and produced by Super! in collaboration with Electroni[k], in co-production with Stereolux & Station Mir, with the support of “Région Bretagne” as part of the shared production aid.

Winner of the “Talents Adami art et technologie” (Adami talents, art and technology) 2020. Presented with the support of SHAPE, a platform funded by the Creative Europe program of the European Union