In the early 20th century, corresponding with the renowned Golden Age of Travel, the french city of Saint-Étienne was a popular stop for automobile travelers in Europe. These were times of Modernity in which emotions were real and located outside.
Nowadays, we spend most of our time in front of laptops, smartphones, and other kinds of digital devices. Most of our basic human emotions are under threat. Saint-Étienne is a digital art project based on the transmission of emotions from the observation of movement. It presents new ways of conceiving forms under which the daily reality of a certain place is perceived from a subjective lens. Saint-Étienne mixes sound, image, and life in motion. Although being absent from the image it is oneself, and not the ego, the central axis of this project.