Uramado AR is a creation of Julie Stephen Chheng. Conceived as a treasure hunt based on reality, it tells the story of the Tanukis, forest spirits who wake up in cities. This dreamlike journey offers participants the opportunity to awaken and animate these forest spirits via a downloadable iOS and Android application. At the end of the journey, the participants discover that they are also one of those spirits themselves and leave with their own character generated in augmented reality.
Julie Stephen Chheng is a designer, illustrator and author who lives in Paris. Being a graduate of the National School of Decorative Arts of Paris, she works on the paper and digital qualities in the field of books, design and scenography. Based at the Volumique studio, she is the author of several books and applications : Poèmes en Pièces, the Adventures of a Village, Labyrinth, Moving Cards, Le Petit Train Postal, la Pluie à Midi. In 2014, she was in artist residency at the Hong Kong Arts Center and in 2016, she was awarded of Digital Arts at Villa Kujoyama in Kyoto. In 2017 and 2018, she presented Uramado at the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, Pliés Coupés Décalés, a traveling exhibition organized by the Salon du Livre Jeunesse in Montreuil and also presented 18 showcases for the Hermès house in Tokyo. In 2019, she exhibited Uramado AR, a treasure hunt based on reality at Digital Choc in Japan and at the Tilt Festival in New York. In 2020, she presents a digital journey at the Center Georges Pompidou – West Bund in Shanghai and in the Marais crossings in Paris this fall.
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