Loris Gréaud has just finished a research year at the Conservatoire de Musique, specialising in cinematography. In 2000, while studying at the Paris-Cergy art school, he made his first films and video experiments engineering devices to address his concerns about image and space.

Active on the French free parties scenes, he found his way into underground hardcore techno circles and set up his own label and recording studio.

Today, his projects oscilliate between both fields. He intends to create “cinematographic machines”and initiates collaborations with scientists, engineers, linguists, designers, video makers, visual artists and musicians. These fields are no longer separate, they become zones of intermediate transfer.