Dimitri Thouzery

Dimitri Thouzery

Dimitri Thouzery

Dimitri Thouzery

Dimitri Thouzery

"My work seeks to evoke the profound vastness and mystery of the universe, inviting viewers to contemplate their place within its grand expanse and to ponder the universal questions that transcend individual experience. Through explorations of cosmic themes and abstract imagery, I aim to awaken a sense of wonder and awe, bridging the gap between the infinite reaches of outer space and the depths of our inner selves."

"My work seeks to evoke the profound vastness and mystery of the universe, inviting viewers to contemplate their place within its grand expanse and to ponder the universal questions that transcend individual experience. Through explorations of cosmic themes and abstract imagery, I aim to awaken a sense of wonder and awe, bridging the gap between the infinite reaches of outer space and the depths of our inner selves."

"My work seeks to evoke the profound vastness and mystery of the universe, inviting viewers to contemplate their place within its grand expanse and to ponder the universal questions that transcend individual experience. Through explorations of cosmic themes and abstract imagery, I aim to awaken a sense of wonder and awe, bridging the gap between the infinite reaches of outer space and the depths of our inner selves."

"My work seeks to evoke the profound vastness and mystery of the universe, inviting viewers to contemplate their place within its grand expanse and to ponder the universal questions that transcend individual experience. Through explorations of cosmic themes and abstract imagery, I aim to awaken a sense of wonder and awe, bridging the gap between the infinite reaches of outer space and the depths of our inner selves."

"My work seeks to evoke the profound vastness and mystery of the universe, inviting viewers to contemplate their place within its grand expanse and to ponder the universal questions that transcend individual experience. Through explorations of cosmic themes and abstract imagery, I aim to awaken a sense of wonder and awe, bridging the gap between the infinite reaches of outer space and the depths of our inner selves."

  1. Dimitri Thouzery is a French new media artist and immersive experience designer with a passion for interactivity, employing diverse sensors and databases to fashion immersive user experiences that transcend conventional boundaries.  


  2. Dimitri Thouzery has always loved science; over time, this translated into his unique black-and-white visuals. “When you look at the stars for example, everybody sees the same thing,” he says, explaining how he wants his art to feel universal and prompt contemplation on the very nature of reality.  


  3. Dimitri Thouzery's portfolio spans a diverse range of projects, including music clips–he has worked with major artists like Max Cooper and Linkin Park–interactive installations, building mapping, branding, and live-data visualisations. 


  4. Dimitri Thouzery's artistic journey is rooted in a blend of scientific, computer science, urban, and contemporary art studies, as well as training in web and print design. Until 2017, Thouzery practiced contemporary art: striving to infuse the subversive spirit of street art into gallery spaces, he explored sensor technology, which sparked his interest in digital and generative art. The discovery of TouchDesigner further opened

    up creative possibilities, solidifying his commitment to the digital art realm. 


  5. One of his recent exhibitions was in collaboration with the Alphawave Collective and Boa Lisboa, wherein they created a kinetic installation that allowed audience members to modify the projection through movement, and more surprisingly, through their very brainwaves, using the fairly advanced technology of EEG sensors.  

  1. Dimitri Thouzery is a French new media artist and immersive experience designer with a passion for interactivity, employing diverse sensors and databases to fashion immersive user experiences that transcend conventional boundaries.  


  2. Dimitri Thouzery has always loved science; over time, this translated into his unique black-and-white visuals. “When you look at the stars for example, everybody sees the same thing,” he says, explaining how he wants his art to feel universal and prompt contemplation on the very nature of reality.  


  3. Dimitri Thouzery's portfolio spans a diverse range of projects, including music clips–he has worked with major artists like Max Cooper and Linkin Park–interactive installations, building mapping, branding, and live-data visualisations. 


  4. Dimitri Thouzery's artistic journey is rooted in a blend of scientific, computer science, urban, and contemporary art studies, as well as training in web and print design. Until 2017, Thouzery practiced contemporary art: striving to infuse the subversive spirit of street art into gallery spaces, he explored sensor technology, which sparked his interest in digital and generative art. The discovery of TouchDesigner further opened

    up creative possibilities, solidifying his commitment to the digital art realm. 


  5. One of his recent exhibitions was in collaboration with the Alphawave Collective and Boa Lisboa, wherein they created a kinetic installation that allowed audience members to modify the projection through movement, and more surprisingly, through their very brainwaves, using the fairly advanced technology of EEG sensors.  

  1. Dimitri Thouzery is a French new media artist and immersive experience designer with a passion for interactivity, employing diverse sensors and databases to fashion immersive user experiences that transcend conventional boundaries.  


  2. Dimitri Thouzery has always loved science; over time, this translated into his unique black-and-white visuals. “When you look at the stars for example, everybody sees the same thing,” he says, explaining how he wants his art to feel universal and prompt contemplation on the very nature of reality.  


  3. Dimitri Thouzery's portfolio spans a diverse range of projects, including music clips–he has worked with major artists like Max Cooper and Linkin Park–interactive installations, building mapping, branding, and live-data visualisations. 


  4. Dimitri Thouzery's artistic journey is rooted in a blend of scientific, computer science, urban, and contemporary art studies, as well as training in web and print design. Until 2017, Thouzery practiced contemporary art: striving to infuse the subversive spirit of street art into gallery spaces, he explored sensor technology, which sparked his interest in digital and generative art. The discovery of TouchDesigner further opened

    up creative possibilities, solidifying his commitment to the digital art realm. 


  5. One of his recent exhibitions was in collaboration with the Alphawave Collective and Boa Lisboa, wherein they created a kinetic installation that allowed audience members to modify the projection through movement, and more surprisingly, through their very brainwaves, using the fairly advanced technology of EEG sensors.  

  1. Dimitri Thouzery is a French new media artist and immersive experience designer with a passion for interactivity, employing diverse sensors and databases to fashion immersive user experiences that transcend conventional boundaries.  


  2. Dimitri Thouzery has always loved science; over time, this translated into his unique black-and-white visuals. “When you look at the stars for example, everybody sees the same thing,” he says, explaining how he wants his art to feel universal and prompt contemplation on the very nature of reality.  


  3. Dimitri Thouzery's portfolio spans a diverse range of projects, including music clips–he has worked with major artists like Max Cooper and Linkin Park–interactive installations, building mapping, branding, and live-data visualisations. 


  4. Dimitri Thouzery's artistic journey is rooted in a blend of scientific, computer science, urban, and contemporary art studies, as well as training in web and print design. Until 2017, Thouzery practiced contemporary art: striving to infuse the subversive spirit of street art into gallery spaces, he explored sensor technology, which sparked his interest in digital and generative art. The discovery of TouchDesigner further opened

    up creative possibilities, solidifying his commitment to the digital art realm. 


  5. One of his recent exhibitions was in collaboration with the Alphawave Collective and Boa Lisboa, wherein they created a kinetic installation that allowed audience members to modify the projection through movement, and more surprisingly, through their very brainwaves, using the fairly advanced technology of EEG sensors.  

  1. Dimitri Thouzery is a French new media artist and immersive experience designer with a passion for interactivity, employing diverse sensors and databases to fashion immersive user experiences that transcend conventional boundaries.  


  2. Dimitri Thouzery has always loved science; over time, this translated into his unique black-and-white visuals. “When you look at the stars for example, everybody sees the same thing,” he says, explaining how he wants his art to feel universal and prompt contemplation on the very nature of reality.  


  3. Dimitri Thouzery's portfolio spans a diverse range of projects, including music clips–he has worked with major artists like Max Cooper and Linkin Park–interactive installations, building mapping, branding, and live-data visualisations. 


  4. Dimitri Thouzery's artistic journey is rooted in a blend of scientific, computer science, urban, and contemporary art studies, as well as training in web and print design. Until 2017, Thouzery practiced contemporary art: striving to infuse the subversive spirit of street art into gallery spaces, he explored sensor technology, which sparked his interest in digital and generative art. The discovery of TouchDesigner further opened

    up creative possibilities, solidifying his commitment to the digital art realm. 


  5. One of his recent exhibitions was in collaboration with the Alphawave Collective and Boa Lisboa, wherein they created a kinetic installation that allowed audience members to modify the projection through movement, and more surprisingly, through their very brainwaves, using the fairly advanced technology of EEG sensors.  

Selected group shows  

Kinomural festival projection mapping, Wrocław, Poland, 2023
Life Eternal - Collaborative artist for Artechouse, Nobel Prize Museum, Stockholm, Sweden, 2023
French Digital Touch – Exhibition, Hong Kong, 2022
Bideotikan – 30 sec museum exhibition, Bilbao, Spain, 2022
Alphawave Experience exhibition, Boa Space, Lisbon, Portugal, 2022
36 Degrés exhibition “Au delà des pixels”, Paris, France, 2022
Orbiting the Glitch, Digital VR exhibition, 2021
Spectrum Festival, Live visual set, Saint-Prex, Switzerland, 2021
Atmosphère exhibition, 36 Degrés, Paris, France, 2021
Satfest21, audiovisual piece for dome Somnium at SAT, Montreal, Canada, 2021
Exhibition with Le Boucan at Creative Code Art virtual Showcase, 2020

Selected press

We are studio, Dimitri Thouzery: Connecting Music, Art, & Emotion, 2023 
STIRworld, Exploring the generative coding practice of Dimitri Thouzery, 2022 

Selected group shows  

Kinomural festival projection mapping, Wrocław, Poland, 2023
Life Eternal - Collaborative artist for Artechouse, Nobel Prize Museum, Stockholm, Sweden, 2023
French Digital Touch – Exhibition, Hong Kong, 2022
Bideotikan – 30 sec museum exhibition, Bilbao, Spain, 2022
Alphawave Experience exhibition, Boa Space, Lisbon, Portugal, 2022
36 Degrés exhibition “Au delà des pixels”, Paris, France, 2022
Orbiting the Glitch, Digital VR exhibition, 2021
Spectrum Festival, Live visual set, Saint-Prex, Switzerland, 2021
Atmosphère exhibition, 36 Degrés, Paris, France, 2021
Satfest21, audiovisual piece for dome Somnium at SAT, Montreal, Canada, 2021
Exhibition with Le Boucan at Creative Code Art virtual Showcase, 2020

Selected press

We are studio, Dimitri Thouzery: Connecting Music, Art, & Emotion, 2023 
STIRworld, Exploring the generative coding practice of Dimitri Thouzery, 2022 

Selected group shows  

Kinomural festival projection mapping, Wrocław, Poland, 2023
Life Eternal - Collaborative artist for Artechouse, Nobel Prize Museum, Stockholm, Sweden, 2023
French Digital Touch – Exhibition, Hong Kong, 2022
Bideotikan – 30 sec museum exhibition, Bilbao, Spain, 2022
Alphawave Experience exhibition, Boa Space, Lisbon, Portugal, 2022
36 Degrés exhibition “Au delà des pixels”, Paris, France, 2022
Orbiting the Glitch, Digital VR exhibition, 2021
Spectrum Festival, Live visual set, Saint-Prex, Switzerland, 2021
Atmosphère exhibition, 36 Degrés, Paris, France, 2021
Satfest21, audiovisual piece for dome Somnium at SAT, Montreal, Canada, 2021
Exhibition with Le Boucan at Creative Code Art virtual Showcase, 2020

Selected press

We are studio, Dimitri Thouzery: Connecting Music, Art, & Emotion, 2023 
STIRworld, Exploring the generative coding practice of Dimitri Thouzery, 2022 

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Carrer Llull, 134, 08005 Barcelona, Spain

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4 PM - 9 PM, Thursday - Saturday

Gallery admission is free

For collectors, artists and potential collaborators visits are available by appointment—please email us to arrange a private viewing

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ADDRESS

Carrer Llull, 134, 08005 Barcelona, Spain

CONTACT

visit@load-gallery.com

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OPENING HOURS

4 PM - 9 PM, Thursday - Saturday

Gallery admission is free

For collectors, artists and potential collaborators visits are available by appointment—please email us to arrange a private viewing

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ADDRESS

Carrer Llull, 134, 08005 Barcelona, Spain

CONTACT

visit@load-gallery.com

SIGN UP FOR UPDATES

OPENING HOURS

4 PM - 9 PM, Thursday - Saturday

Gallery admission is free

For collectors, artists and potential collaborators visits are available by appointment—please email us to arrange a private viewing

LEGAL

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T&C

@Load Gallery 2023