Long-distance Creation Paris - Toronto

Parigraph 1985

(note from 1985 for the performance of simultaneous creation of images Paris-Toronto in Parigraph 85 with Ana Richardson)

Every day between 4:00 and 5:00 pm, French and Canadian artists connected by the network NAPLPS work together on the images of a scenario, exchanging and modifying them gradually as they create.

Two identical stations of image creation in Paris and in Toronto allow them to exchange digital images in real time by the intermediary of the telecommunication network. The system of transmission uses the standard commuted network.

These images coded by the standard NAPLPS are very compact and therefore rapidly transmitted and displayed. This allows for the exchange and quasi-instantaneous modification of the creations produced from the two sides of the Atlantic.

>>>> Bernard Demiaux