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Jadikan – Stereoscopic Lightpainter

Meet Jadikan

Jadikan Stereoscop and 3D Light Artist

His passion for photographic capture was born when he was a teenager. In 2009, Jadikan had his first exhibition at Cube in « Issy les Moulineux ». For him the « lightpainting » allows to intervene in the space with light, playing the long photographic pose. It then seems obvious wanting to capture the relief of these « luminous sculptures ». He developed a line of research around stereoscopy (3D photography) to present the « Solid Light » project in 2013. This research quickly led him to work with more synchronized devices on the project « Light is not Flat » (lenticular impressions, effect « bullet-time « ). Then in 2015, it’s Virtual Reality and 360 ° works that draw its curiosity to offer viewers an immersive and interactive experience.

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Jadikan’s Gallery

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    Burning Drone

    Light Photo created by Jadikan Lightpainting

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    Oubliés

    Light french Calligraphy "Lumière" by Jadikan

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    Everyday

    Light Calligraphy created by Jadikan Lightpainting

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    238 secondes

    Light Photo created by Jadikan Lightpainting

Jadikan’s Light Project

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Light Project : Lightpainting Experience

A picture is worth a thousand words, so here are a thousand pictures; this project is a showreel in motion bringing together many innovative photographic techniques: bullet time, 360, stop-motion.

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Light project : Covea Plenary 

The Covea Plenary is a live show « Signature » that Jadikan performed in front of 500 people. Using the « real-time lightpainting » process, so the public can follow the artist’s creations live on stage.

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Light Project : 2 000 000 Fans

In early 2014, on the tarmac at Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport, Jadikan choreographed a performance for the airline. Air France thanks its two million fans on Facebook with a video in lightpainting.

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