YonkersVidal

YonkersVidal

YonkersVidal

YonkersVidal

YonkersVidal

"Through a perceptual play between the microscopic and the astronomic, my work takes root in the real all the while triggering the impression of something imaginary, cosmic and infinite. My practice transports viewers into a world of experimentation that goes beyond the limits of the computer-generated image and back into a world of imperfection and discovery."

"Through a perceptual play between the microscopic and the astronomic, my work takes root in the real all the while triggering the impression of something imaginary, cosmic and infinite. My practice transports viewers into a world of experimentation that goes beyond the limits of the computer-generated image and back into a world of imperfection and discovery."

"Through a perceptual play between the microscopic and the astronomic, my work takes root in the real all the while triggering the impression of something imaginary, cosmic and infinite. My practice transports viewers into a world of experimentation that goes beyond the limits of the computer-generated image and back into a world of imperfection and discovery."

"Through a perceptual play between the microscopic and the astronomic, my work takes root in the real all the while triggering the impression of something imaginary, cosmic and infinite. My practice transports viewers into a world of experimentation that goes beyond the limits of the computer-generated image and back into a world of imperfection and discovery."

"Through a perceptual play between the microscopic and the astronomic, my work takes root in the real all the while triggering the impression of something imaginary, cosmic and infinite. My practice transports viewers into a world of experimentation that goes beyond the limits of the computer-generated image and back into a world of imperfection and discovery."

  1. YonkersVidal is a Canadian visual artist renowned for his work in video and immersive art. He holds a BFA in Film Production from Concordia University.  

  2. His artistic process involves placing transparent or translucent drops of chemical products on a glass sheet and filming the reactions with a macro lens. This method allows him to create visually stunning pieces that highlight the natural work of the chemicals and add an element of randomness while maintaining control over the overall artistic outcome. The artist consciously avoids using computer-generated imagery and AI in his work.   

  3. In 2023, YonkersVidal was awarded the IRIS prize for Best Visual Effects for his contributions to the film VIKING directed by Stéphane Lafleur. Together with the team, he created a unique, rich and mysterious version of Mars. Earlier, Vidal created an image sequence for the film Si Je Reste de Elkahna Talbi presented at Littérature de Montréal festival in 2020. 

  4. YonkersVidal is no stranger to the music industry: he collaborated with emerging musicians such as Carmine Calia, Isaac Symonds & Yaehson, Les Soeurs Boulay, Mélanie Venditti, Adam Strangler in the production of their music videos, created an album cover for Natura Sophia (2021) and made a backdrop projection for Lady Gaga's Chromatica Ball World Tour.  

  5. In 2024, YonkersVidal ventured into immersive art, creating Interférences for the Montreal Planetarium.   

  1. YonkersVidal is a Canadian visual artist renowned for his work in video and immersive art. He holds a BFA in Film Production from Concordia University.  

  2. His artistic process involves placing transparent or translucent drops of chemical products on a glass sheet and filming the reactions with a macro lens. This method allows him to create visually stunning pieces that highlight the natural work of the chemicals and add an element of randomness while maintaining control over the overall artistic outcome. The artist consciously avoids using computer-generated imagery and AI in his work.   

  3. In 2023, YonkersVidal was awarded the IRIS prize for Best Visual Effects for his contributions to the film VIKING directed by Stéphane Lafleur. Together with the team, he created a unique, rich and mysterious version of Mars. Earlier, Vidal created an image sequence for the film Si Je Reste de Elkahna Talbi presented at Littérature de Montréal festival in 2020. 

  4. YonkersVidal is no stranger to the music industry: he collaborated with emerging musicians such as Carmine Calia, Isaac Symonds & Yaehson, Les Soeurs Boulay, Mélanie Venditti, Adam Strangler in the production of their music videos, created an album cover for Natura Sophia (2021) and made a backdrop projection for Lady Gaga's Chromatica Ball World Tour.  

  5. In 2024, YonkersVidal ventured into immersive art, creating Interférences for the Montreal Planetarium.   

  1. YonkersVidal is a Canadian visual artist renowned for his work in video and immersive art. He holds a BFA in Film Production from Concordia University.  

  2. His artistic process involves placing transparent or translucent drops of chemical products on a glass sheet and filming the reactions with a macro lens. This method allows him to create visually stunning pieces that highlight the natural work of the chemicals and add an element of randomness while maintaining control over the overall artistic outcome. The artist consciously avoids using computer-generated imagery and AI in his work.   

  3. In 2023, YonkersVidal was awarded the IRIS prize for Best Visual Effects for his contributions to the film VIKING directed by Stéphane Lafleur. Together with the team, he created a unique, rich and mysterious version of Mars. Earlier, Vidal created an image sequence for the film Si Je Reste de Elkahna Talbi presented at Littérature de Montréal festival in 2020. 

  4. YonkersVidal is no stranger to the music industry: he collaborated with emerging musicians such as Carmine Calia, Isaac Symonds & Yaehson, Les Soeurs Boulay, Mélanie Venditti, Adam Strangler in the production of their music videos, created an album cover for Natura Sophia (2021) and made a backdrop projection for Lady Gaga's Chromatica Ball World Tour.  

  5. In 2024, YonkersVidal ventured into immersive art, creating Interférences for the Montreal Planetarium.   

  1. YonkersVidal is a Canadian visual artist renowned for his work in video and immersive art. He holds a BFA in Film Production from Concordia University.  

  2. His artistic process involves placing transparent or translucent drops of chemical products on a glass sheet and filming the reactions with a macro lens. This method allows him to create visually stunning pieces that highlight the natural work of the chemicals and add an element of randomness while maintaining control over the overall artistic outcome. The artist consciously avoids using computer-generated imagery and AI in his work.   

  3. In 2023, YonkersVidal was awarded the IRIS prize for Best Visual Effects for his contributions to the film VIKING directed by Stéphane Lafleur. Together with the team, he created a unique, rich and mysterious version of Mars. Earlier, Vidal created an image sequence for the film Si Je Reste de Elkahna Talbi presented at Littérature de Montréal festival in 2020. 

  4. YonkersVidal is no stranger to the music industry: he collaborated with emerging musicians such as Carmine Calia, Isaac Symonds & Yaehson, Les Soeurs Boulay, Mélanie Venditti, Adam Strangler in the production of their music videos, created an album cover for Natura Sophia (2021) and made a backdrop projection for Lady Gaga's Chromatica Ball World Tour.  

  5. In 2024, YonkersVidal ventured into immersive art, creating Interférences for the Montreal Planetarium.   

  1. YonkersVidal is a Canadian visual artist renowned for his work in video and immersive art. He holds a BFA in Film Production from Concordia University.  

  2. His artistic process involves placing transparent or translucent drops of chemical products on a glass sheet and filming the reactions with a macro lens. This method allows him to create visually stunning pieces that highlight the natural work of the chemicals and add an element of randomness while maintaining control over the overall artistic outcome. The artist consciously avoids using computer-generated imagery and AI in his work.   

  3. In 2023, YonkersVidal was awarded the IRIS prize for Best Visual Effects for his contributions to the film VIKING directed by Stéphane Lafleur. Together with the team, he created a unique, rich and mysterious version of Mars. Earlier, Vidal created an image sequence for the film Si Je Reste de Elkahna Talbi presented at Littérature de Montréal festival in 2020. 

  4. YonkersVidal is no stranger to the music industry: he collaborated with emerging musicians such as Carmine Calia, Isaac Symonds & Yaehson, Les Soeurs Boulay, Mélanie Venditti, Adam Strangler in the production of their music videos, created an album cover for Natura Sophia (2021) and made a backdrop projection for Lady Gaga's Chromatica Ball World Tour.  

  5. In 2024, YonkersVidal ventured into immersive art, creating Interférences for the Montreal Planetarium.   

Selected group shows  

Interférences, Immersive Dome, Montreal's Planetarium, Canada, 2024 
Glass Sculptures, Festival Vue Sur la Relève, Montréal, Canada, 2019 
Glass Sculptures, Festival Soir - Quartier en Art, Montréal, Canada, 2018 
Glass Sculptures, Festival Vu d'en Haut, St-Hélène-de-Chester, Canada, 2018 

Awards    

Prix IRIS, Best Visual Effects for VIKING by Stéphane Lafleur, 2023  


Selected press  

Interview with Stéphane Lafleur, Filmmaker Magazine, 2023
Yonkers Vidal: Interférences : Murmures d’une supernova, LFO Lab, 2023
 SAGAMIE, 2023

Selected group shows  

Interférences, Immersive Dome, Montreal's Planetarium, Canada, 2024 
Glass Sculptures, Festival Vue Sur la Relève, Montréal, Canada, 2019 
Glass Sculptures, Festival Soir - Quartier en Art, Montréal, Canada, 2018 
Glass Sculptures, Festival Vu d'en Haut, St-Hélène-de-Chester, Canada, 2018 

Awards    

Prix IRIS, Best Visual Effects for VIKING by Stéphane Lafleur, 2023  


Selected press  

Interview with Stéphane Lafleur, Filmmaker Magazine, 2023
Yonkers Vidal: Interférences : Murmures d’une supernova, LFO Lab, 2023
 SAGAMIE, 2023

Selected group shows  

Interférences, Immersive Dome, Montreal's Planetarium, Canada, 2024 
Glass Sculptures, Festival Vue Sur la Relève, Montréal, Canada, 2019 
Glass Sculptures, Festival Soir - Quartier en Art, Montréal, Canada, 2018 
Glass Sculptures, Festival Vu d'en Haut, St-Hélène-de-Chester, Canada, 2018 

Awards    

Prix IRIS, Best Visual Effects for VIKING by Stéphane Lafleur, 2023  


Selected press  

Interview with Stéphane Lafleur, Filmmaker Magazine, 2023
Yonkers Vidal: Interférences : Murmures d’une supernova, LFO Lab, 2023
 SAGAMIE, 2023

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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

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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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@Load Gallery 2023