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1. Pier 9 Collaboration: Daily tous les jours | Market Street Prototyping Festival

  • Published: 2015-04-17T22:13:11+00:00
  • Duration: 224
  • By Pier 9
Pier 9 Collaboration: Daily tous les jours | Market Street Prototyping Festival

Interaction design studio Daily Tous Les Jours partnered with Autodesk's Pier 9 Workshop for the first ever Market Street Prototyping Festival. For more information visit: http://www.dailytouslesjours.com/ http://marketstreetprototyping.org/ Music by William Lamy (http://williamlamy.com/)


2. "Let's Do The Prototype" by Krista Muir (Artist-in-residence at Daily tous les jours)

This ode was sparked by the prototyping process at DTLJ. Experimental, rough and playful - these prototypes are the stepping stones to the real McCoy. Much of the footage centers around the "Market Street Prototyping Festival (2015 edition)" in which Knock Stop Music was the result - a musical traffic signal take-over by passers-by! The lyrics are a studio collaboration - merci les amis! "Let's Do The Prototype" There's a little something no one's talking about It's a learning tool to work things out 1:1 or 1:3 Get hands on! Come along - dis oui! It's early, often, cheap - outta site! It's the prototype Let's do the prototype (anything can happen) There's no wrong or right (vivant - interactif) It's a learning tool (tape, glue and magnets) Un rough idée peut être cool (everything fell apart) Failure - triumph - UNITE! Let's do the prototype Does this idea deserve more time in my life? Kinetic prototypes are hard (snuggling in a prototype burrito blanket) We're not crazy - look! It does work! Look it works! First baby I love you a lot... In the studio - quick and dirty


3. SODEC - Bande-annonce

  • Published: 2014-07-21T14:31:38+00:00
  • Duration: 37
  • By SHED
SODEC - Bande-annonce

Agences : Daily tous les jours, Dpt. et TOXA Production: Antler Inc Réalisateurs: Vallée Duhamel VFX : SHED Colorisation: Charles-Étienne Pascal Année : 2014 www.shedmtl.com http://shedmtl.blogspot.com --- Agencies : Daily tous les jours, Dpt. and TOXA Production: Antler Inc Directors: Vallée Duhamel VFX : SHED Color grading: Charles-Étienne Pascal Year : 2014


4. SCORE! by Daily tous les jours - Installation in Minneapolis

SCORE! by Daily tous les jours - Installation in Minneapolis

Behind the scene of the installation SCORE! in Minneapolis – created for Illuminate South Loop, part of a three-day event in Bloomington’s South Loop District, that will be a unique addition to the lineup of activities leading up to Super Bowl LII in Minnesota this year. Curated by Northern Lights.mn, and presented in partnership with The City of Bloomington and Artistry. Video by Irene Chaudouet


5. SODEC - Bande Annonce | Bumper

  • Published: 2014-07-19T02:14:47+00:00
  • Duration: 37
  • By Dpt.
SODEC - Bande Annonce | Bumper

*english below* Un gros travail de collaboration pour ce film promotionnel pour la SODEC. Les réalisateurs Vallée Duhamel et la maison de production Antler ont travaillé avec Daily Tous Les jours, Dpt. et TOXA pour créer cette pièce. Les multiples industries culturelles soutenues par la SODEC sont représentées, dans une une série d'actions chorégraphiées, évoquant un processus de création multidisciplinaire. La musique originale a été composée à partir de sons enregistrés en direct sur ​​le plateau, par Jean Phi Goncalves de xsmusic.com. Effets visuels et colo par shedmtl.com -- There's some serious collaboration at play in this promotional film for SODEC. Directors Vallée Duhamel and Antler worked with Daily tous les jours, Dpt. and TOXA to create this piece. The multiple cultural industries supported by SODEC are suggested, in a sequence that captures a series of choreographed actions representing a multidisciplinary creative process. Original music was created using live sounds recorded on set, by Jean Phi Goncalves from xsmusic.com. Visual effects and colour grading were provided by shedmtl.com The SODEC is dedicated to the promotion and support of Quebec's culture and provides public funding to the book, music, film and television production and crafts industries.


6. Machine à Turlute

Machine à Turlute

In the 1920s, La Bolduc was the first female singer to speak to the Québec working class, in the language of the working class. Queen of Canadian Folksingers, she was famous for her Turlute, a traditional folk style that sings out instrumental partitions with evocative phonemes. 70 years later, Lusio Films creates the musicalweb-documentary Les Enfants de la Bolduc (Children of La Bolduc), inviting contemporary Québec artists to rediscover their musical heritage. Daily Tous Les Jours was invited to create a Turlute Machine that would bring their music to the general public, traveling around the province like La Bolduc once did. CREATED FOR THE MUSICAL WEB DOCUMENTARY LES ENFANTS DE LA BOLDUC lesenfantsdelabolduc.com Created by Daily Tous Les Jours In collaboration with Lusio Films Creative Direction: Mouna Andraos & Melissa Mongiat Executive Production: Nicolas Fonseca Concept team: Amélie Bilodeau, Émilie Grenier, and Yolène Le Roux Technical Direction: Eva Schindling Musical Direction: David Drury Industrial Design: Dikini Interaction Design: Émilie Grenier Featured artists: Ariane Moffatt, Random Recipe, Krista Muir, and Socalled Sound Engineer: Bruno Pulcella Computer Engineers: Jan Anlauff, and Peter Rockwell Built by: Lasco Concept with Robocut (2011) Filming: Philippe Tremblay-Berberi, and Geoffrey Boulangé Editing: Geoffrey Boulangé Producer: Marie-Dominique Michaud Original Concepts: Émilie Grenier, and Jean-Christophe Yacono (Yako) Creative Director: Yako http://www.dailytouslesjours.com/project/machine-a-turlute/


7. Igloofest

Igloofest

Invited by the Piknic Electronik team, Daily tous les jours redesigned the 2011 and 2012 editions of the Igloo Village for Igloofest. PRESENTED AT IGLOOFEST IN 2011 AND 2012, IN MONTRÉAL, QUÉBEC. A project by Daily tous les jours About Igloofest: ''Every winter, Igloofest brings together thousands of electronic music fans to dance under the stars at the Old Port of Montréal. With its ice-and-steel decor, its striking architectural staging, its programs that pull in the best local and international DJs, the Igloo Village and its famous “one piece” contest, Igloofest is one of the hottest events in the city and among the most prominent in Canada.'' http://www.dailytouslesjours.com/project/igloofest/


8. SODEC - Bande-Annonce

  • Published: 2015-01-17T16:16:37+00:00
  • Duration: 37
  • By Gab BT
SODEC - Bande-Annonce

Agences : Daily tous les jours, Dpt. et TOXA Production: Antler Inc Réalisateurs: Vallée Duhamel Dop: Gab BT VFX : SHED Colorisation: Charles-Étienne Pascal Année : 2014


9. 21 Balançoires (21 Swings)

21 Balançoires (21 Swings)

21 Swings: An Exercise in Musical Cooperation Every spring, an interactive installation takes over a high-traffic area in Montréal’s Quartier des spectacles and sets a collective ritual. The installation offers a fresh look at the idea of cooperation, the notion that we can achieve more together than separately. The result is a giant instrument made of 21 musical swings; each swing in motion triggers different notes, all the swings together compose a piece, but some sounds only emerge from cooperation. The project stimulates ownership of the public space, bringing together people of all ages and backgrounds, and creating a place for playing and hanging out in the middle of the city centre. In order to allow for these collective moments to be shared around the world, a traveling version of the project with 10 Musical Swings is now available on tour. Contact us at hello@dailytlj.com for more information. CREATED AND PRODUCED WITH SUPPORT FROM QUARTIER DES SPECTACLES DE MONTRÉAL EXHIBITED YEARLY AT SPRINGTIME IN MONTRÉAL, QUÉBEC A Project by Daily tous les jours Created by Mouna Andraos & Melissa Mongiat Executive Producer: Antoine Clayette (2012), and Hugues Monfroy
 (2011) Music: Radwan Ghazi Moumneh Concept Team: Dominique Côté, Alexandre Landry, Yolène Leroux, and Luc-Alain Giraldeau
 Design: Sébastien Dallaire, and Alexandre Landry Technical Direction: Eva Schindling Production Coordinator: Tara DeSimone Production: Paul Bailly, Michael Baker, Mourad Bennacer, Thibeault Bensa, Olivier Coquet, Nicolas Duvieusart Dery, Élise Genvrin, Sophie Grignart, Luc Hernandez, David Lortie, Albane Guy, Ricardo Jean, Yolène Leroux, Etienne Lemieux Maillé, Benoît Piccolini, Peter Rockwell, and Alexandra Sawicki Technological Partner: PixMob (formerly ESKI
) Technical Direction: Vincent Leclerc
 Project Manager: Josiane Mercier
 Programming: Patrick Keroulas, and Vincent de Belleval
 Production: Philippe Savard, and Marc-André Tessier Video: Geoffrey Boulangé Photography: Olivier Blouin Created with: Max/MSP, Arduino IDE, and Razor AHRS Firmware http://www.dailytouslesjours.com/project/21-balancoires/


10. SODEC - Bande Annonce 2014

SODEC - Bande Annonce 2014

There's some serious collaboration at play in this promotional film for SODEC. Directors Vallée Duhamel and Antler worked with our friends from Dpt., TOXA, and Daily tous les jours to create this piece. The five creative disciplines as supported by SODEC are suggested, in a sequence that captures a series of choreographed actions. Original music was created using live sounds recorded on set, by Jean Phi Gonclaves from xsmusic.com.Visual effects and colour grading were provided by shedmtl.com *** Directed by: Vallée Duhamel Creation: DPT, Toxa, Daily Tous Les Jours, with Vallée Duhamel Production: Antler Executive Producer: Sach Baylin-Stern Producer/Unit: Vlad Cojocaru Producer/Casting: Roxanne Doucet Art Directors: Ève Duhamel & Carolyne de Bellefeuille Cinematographer: Gab BT Steadicam: Simon Blouin Assistant Director: Nathalia Ortelli Sound Recordist: Dominic Greffard Camera Assistant: Maxim Boutin DIT/VA: Ariane Laguë-Barret Key Gaffer: Hugo Roy Best Boy Electric: Simon Gaudreau Key Grip: Stephane Klopp Best Boy Grip: Camille Bergeron Costumes: Isabel De Soucy Hair and Make-Up: Léonie Lévèsque Production Assistants: Armando Tremblay Jonathan Brisebois Alex Negru Post-Production / VFX: SHED Sound: XS La petite boite à musique Music/Mix: Jean Phi Goncalves Edit: Seb Delporte Copyright 2014 SODEC www.sodec.gouv.qc.ca www.xsmusic.com www.shedmtl.com www.dpt.co www.toxa.com www.dailytouslesjours.com


11. Musical Swings: An Exercise in Cooperation — Special soundtrack for late at night

Musical Swings: An Exercise in Cooperation — Special soundtrack for late at night

Our touring musical swings are presented at the Green Box Arts Festival in Green Mountain Falls, Colorado. This is a special soundtrack for the last 30 minutes of the day... More information on the Daily tous les jours website: http://www.dailytouslesjours.com/project/the-swings/


12. Score!

Score!

A sneak peak of Score! a large scale outdoor game designed by Daily tous les jours.


13. Sodec

Sodec

Agencies : Daily tous les jours, Dpt. and TOXA Production: Antler Inc Directors: Vallée Duhamel VFX : SHED Color grading: Charles-Étienne Pascal http://iseehue.com/


14. INST-INT 2013 - Mouna Andraos

INST-INT 2013 - Mouna Andraos

From Prototyping to Public Spaces – Since 2010, Daily tous les jours's focus has been on creating engaging collective experiences that can inspire in people a sense that together we can achieve greater things than individually. As the group took to the streets to reach and engage as wide an audience as possible, new constraints and challenges arose. Mouna discusses the process behind bringing experimentation and prototyping into the public space – and how these constraints can help focus on the essence of the experiences you hope to create.


15. Bande-annonce SODEC

Bande-annonce SODEC

Production Company : Antler Films Director : Julien Vallée Art Directors : Carolyne De Bellefeuille / Eve Duhamel Art Department : Olivier Charland / Jérémy Duhamel / Jean-Constant Guigue Client : SODEC Agencies : Daily tous les jours / Dpt. / Toxa Director of Photography : Gab BT Steady Cam : Simon Blouin Camera Assistant : Maxime Boutin Technical team : Hugo Roy and Stéphane Klopp Compositing, post production & grade : SHED Making-of footage : Pierre-Olivier Nantel Casting : Tryptique Stylist : Izabel Soucy Hair and make-up : Léonie Lévesque Music & Sound Design : XS La petite boite à musique


16. Eyeo 2014 - Mouna Andraos and Melissa Mongiat

Eyeo 2014 - Mouna Andraos and Melissa Mongiat

We Can Dance – Daily tous les jours's quest is to find new ways of living together through the design of large scale interactive installations. One challenge we gave ourselves is to connect strangers to places and to each other through dancing. Together. In public. And so we brought together choreography, public engagement and place making. We'll share adventures and insights gained along the way. || @missmoun || @melissamongiat || @eyeofestival


17. Faily tous les jours on AIR (featuring Melissa Mongiat and Mouna Andraos)

Faily tous les jours on AIR (featuring Melissa Mongiat and Mouna Andraos)

Short video of Melissa Mongiat and Mouna Andraos presenting Amateur Intelligence Radio (AIR). Faily tous les jours celebrates failure in the design process and everyday studio life at Daily tous les jours. Fortunately or unfortunately, there is more to come from Failytlj. More on this Failytlj story here: http://www.dailytouslesjours.com/faily-tous-les-jours-on-amateur-intelligence-radio-air/ Full Northern Lights.mn TV Takeover, including decent footage of the interview, here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPLtPQOSJXA Context: On a late Tuesday night... It already feels like a long week for Mouna. Melissa is just back from the Colorado mountains (with way too much oxygen in her head). They are leaving the next morning to meet Steve, to whom they promised footage of an "interview" about their latest project: Amateur Intelligence Radio (AIR). The footage is for a special TV Takeover by Northern Lights.mn in Minneapolis.


18. Sodec

Sodec

Directed by Vallée Duhamel Creation : Dtp., Toxa, Daily tous les jours, with Vallée Duhamel Produce by Antler Service : Original music, sound, mix


19. Exposition E-merge Exhibit @ C2-MTL

Exposition E-merge Exhibit @ C2-MTL

Curated by Art Souterrain’s Frédéric Loury, the E-merge multidisciplinary exhibit bridges the gap between art and industry by presenting the cutting-edge interactive projects of seven artists and six companies in a surprising showcase of innovation and creativity from Quebec. Organisée par Frédéric Loury d’Art Souterrain, l’exposition multidisciplinaire E-merge dresse un pont entre l’art et le monde des affaires en présentant les projets avant-gardistes de sept artistes et six entreprises; une surprenante vitrine de l’innovation et la créativité québécoise. http://c2mtl.com/the-experience/e-merge-exhibit/ crédits vidéos et musique: http://sergemaheu.com Artistes/entreprises: Jean Dubois 2XM Interactive Ying Gao Philomène Longpré Daily tous les jours Bill Vorn Space&Dream Baillat Cardell & Fils and Iregular ESKI ImmerVision Lucion Média Rafael Lozano-Hemmer Digital Dimension


20. I Heard There Was a Secret Chord (MAC installation - 360° version)

  • Published: 2017-12-18T19:16:06+00:00
  • Duration: 150
  • By NFB/marketing
I Heard There Was a Secret Chord (MAC installation - 360° version)

11.09.2017 - 04.09.2018 Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal I Heard There Was a Secret Chord is a participatory humming experience that reveals the invisible vibration uniting people around the world listening to “Hallelujah” at the same time. Real-time user data representing these listeners is transformed into a virtual choir of humming voices that participants can hum along with and feel the collective resonance. The installation at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (MAC) consists of a low platform situated inside a large, eight-sided room with speakers mounted on its walls. Eight microphones are suspended around the perimeter of the platform. Low, indirect lighting and soft design features create a calming and intimate environment. Overhead, a display indicates the number of people currently listening to Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” on YouTube and Spotify. I Heard There Was a Secret Chord was created by Daily tous les jours. It is a Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal/National Film Board of Canada and Daily tous les jours co-production. - - - - I Heard There Was a Secret Chord [J’ai entendu qu’il y avait un accord secret] est une expérience participative qui invite les visiteurs à fredonner la chanson Hallelujah de Leonard Cohen pour qu’ils fusionnent en un intense vibrato avec toutes les personnes en train d’écouter cette mélodie, où qu’elles soient dans le monde. Les données d’utilisateur en temps réel représentant ces auditeurs créent une chorale virtuelle à laquelle les visiteurs, qu’ils soient en ligne ou en personne, joignent leur voix pour s’emplir de la résonance collective. L’installation au Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (MAC) occupe une salle constituée de huit murs dotés de haut-parleurs, d’une plateforme en guise de plancher et de huit microphones suspendus. L’éclairage minimal, dirigé sur les murs, et les matériaux souples créent une sensation d’intimité et de paix. L’affichage numérique en hauteur indique le nombre d’auditeurs en ligne qui écoutent en même temps la chanson Hallelujah de Leonard Cohen sur les plateformes YouTube et Spotify. I Heard There Was a Secret Chord est une création de Daily tous les jours, coproduite par le Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, l’Office national du film du Canada et Daily tous les jours. - - - - Film: Geoffrey Boulangé


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