The Scratch Paper projection mapping brings together more than 80 urban artists of all generations, based on an original idea by the 9th Concept collective. This unprecedented collaborative fresco is animated by two young motion designers, Solène Colmet Daâge and Pierre Genouvrier. The artwork is projected onto the on the banks of the Seine and covers a surface of more than 100 meters.
Displayed digitally for the first time, Scratch Paper brings together more than 80 urban artists, both established and emerging, in an XXL projection mapping. The works of each artist intermingle, meet and coexist in 2 new pieces of art of 3 minutes each. Bespoke universes evolve in the same animated fresco.
Thanks to the support of the Desperados Foundation for Urban Art and the implication of THE JAM PROJECT, these animated frescoes are also an unprecedented opportunity for certain artists to experiment a new medium. Thanks to the JAMION, artists can easily experiment projection mapping and are able to see their works come to life in the play of colour and light.