Welcome to my website. I’m Constantin Dubois Choulik, an artist and teacher working in some different fields & medias.
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I will be working in 2020 at the Lebas school in Roubaix, France, to create a exhibition of some of my past works, curated by the students, and build a video game project inspired by the architecture of the city.
Also I will work with a group of students from the EIC high school in Tourcoing for photography workshops inspired by Jeff Wall’s Eviction Struggle, in 2019 and 2020.
I finished a new video game project, “Dreams Adapted”.
Lauren Moffatt’s Beyond The Rubicon VR piece, to which I contributed the soundtrack, will be visible soon in Berlin, at Tech Open Air at the Funkhaus, and in Arles, France at a one day event the “Rencontres du Virtuel”.
I also produced the soundtrack to the next iteration of Clément Goffinet and Jules Huvig’s video mapping project “Creuset Primaire” at the Simone Camp d’Entraînement Artistique in Chateauvillain, France.
A new game project revisiting the Memory card game, with a dog wandering Detroit city photographs.
New issues of Question Mark illustrations with Robert Horton. Thinking of a documentary together in the distant future and also a couple of music editions on Nothing Out There (some new tracks and a reprint).
Mixing memories and photographs to make a 3D model of Odomez’ Kuhlman factory. The factory was destroyed in 2010.
In the long-term, expect a successor to the photography book A l’Aveugle, this time dedicated to my color works, somehow inspired by the physics of light.
A fiction movie / shortfilm shot in Detroit, USA with my friend L’Enfant-Méduse.