Interactive installation with four screens enveloping the visitor, who can communicate with the video characters through voice recognition or a touch panel, generating successive interactions from them.
Following the 19th century idea of the panorama as an enveloping painting endowed with the greatest realism thanks to the lighting, the piece envelops the visitor with four screens showing the environment of the Montreal Mont-Royal Parc, in which various characters appear with whom he can interact through voice or touch panels that allow him to choose between various possible interactions. These can either make the character leave or take the visitor somewhere in the park, in an experience about communication and non-communication. To generate the scrolling effect, the synchronised screens move the image, producing immersion in the videographic environment. Luc Courchesne has a long career exploring elements of virtuality and performativity through digital technology.