Exhibition / Interactive Design
By mosquitomassala | On 26/11/2021
Mosquito Massala had the pleasure to work with Jean-Jacques Bénaily to create Two Visual Stories for Two Musical Masterpieces performed at the Conservatoire du Grand Chalon in January 2020. Viktor Furiani and Samvida Nanda drove all over France (with a focus on Burgundy) collecting visual elements of Architecture through Photography; and re-imagined and further animated these elements as breathing and growing mandalas to interact and interpret the live musical performances.
This was achieved through the exploring of Architecture through Video Feedback (a Generative Digital Art Process which observes the interactions and movements of light and generates mathematical fractal and cellular forms).
Event Programme :
Steve Reich Electric Counterpoint (version pour guitare solo et bande)
Jean-Marc Weber - Toi et moi pour deux clarinettes basses et électronique (création)
Ethan Wickman, Viktor Furiani - Angles of repose pour piano, 2 percussions, clarinette basse et vidéo
Jean-Jacques Bénaily, Viktor Furiani Création - pour 2 pianos, 2 percussions, 2 clarinettes basses et vidéo
Jean-Marc Weber - Circles pour 2 pianos, 2 percussions et 2 clarinettes basses
By mosquitomassala | On 26/11/2021
European Night of Museum 2012
at the Museum of The Banque Nationale de Belgique
A Mosquito Massala Collaboration.
Workshop, Video Installation & Performance with Live Music.
VJ Viktor Furiani, VJ Waner, VJ Clearscreen
Ismaël Joffroy Chandoutis
Jérémy Bocquet, Jérôme Erhart
Participants Workshop VJing:
Nikos Dalton, Lucas Le Bart, Alice Demasure, Aïda Merghoub, Fanny Deblauwe, Coline Casse, Loïc Carrera, Sergio Guataquira Sarmiento, Raphaël Touraon, Kevin Fafournoux
Prise de vue et montage:
Fanny Deblauwe, Samvida Nanda
Remerciements au Musée de la Banque Nationale de Belgique:
Patrick Carion, Marianne Danneel
Véronique Deblon, Laurie De Mare, Reinhilde Depreter, François Duhaut, Monique Schiettecatte, Ann Vandorpe, Jannes Van Eeckhout,Charlotte Vantieghem
A Photograph entitled "Painting With Light" by Samvida Nanda of the Mosquito Massala Art Collective was Exhibited in Times Square, New York, (as part of ARTISTS WANTED presented by chashama.)
The result: On June 18th, some of the most iconic billboards in Times Square were transformed into an immense display of art, 2012.
A photograph by Samvida, titled "Cityscape in a Room in Mumbai" was also part of a curation shown at the Louvre Museum, in Paris, 2015.
It was also printed in a book. Pages from the book titled "Night Photography Collection", are below.
For the full book, please visit
Mosquito Massala had the pleasure to work on 2 art installations as part of the
Immersive, Multimedia and Interactive Journey for the
This year we celebrate Innovation, Creativity, Partnership across India and France!
A pavilion that travelled over 3500 kilometres; a celebration in 3 cities (Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata); and 1,80,000 visitors who joined this discovery of knowledge and stories.
Along with French Ambassador Alexandre Ziegler;
MJ Akbar, Minister of state for External Affairs
and Counsellor for Cooperation and Cultural Affairs, Dr Bertrand de Hartingh were present at the launch.
About the Installations by Mosquito Massala:
THE TRIPTYCH TALES
The gears turn. The light flickers. And the whirring sound portends one of the greatest innovations of
science and storytelling: Cinema. France has brought many a revolution into the light of day. One of
their greatest strengths is their spirit of collaboration and culture. The friendship of India and France
has been celebrated with partnerships across Design, Art, Technology and so much more. This Film is
such a collaboration.
Special thanks to Chinese Man, Dualist Inquiry, and the Sandscape Art Collective for their
contributions towards the soundtrack of the Film.
Nindadli [ Talab Khan Barna & Lucid Raaga ]
SleepWalker [ Dualist Inquiry ]
Maläd [ Chinese Man Feat. Ahmad Zahir, Viveick Rajagopalan & Naviin Gandharv ]
Kalbelia Moon [ Nirma Devi & Lucid Raaga ]
While exploring the growth of institutions that bring clean water to the villages of India, to missions
that take humanity into space, the diverse stories also call attention to the effect on nature, and remind
us to seek a more sustainable route towards progress.
This Film is made thanks to the collaboration of footage and animations from various Institutions, Art
Collectives, Designers, Artists and Technicians.
This Project is made by the Mosquito Massala, in collaboration with Institut Français and
Across time and space, the wish to communicate has been one of the reasons we have told and retold
stories through so many languages. But how does meaning manifest across languages? Is what is left
unsaid, more important than the words which are spoken? With such a multitude of queries into
language itself, this audio-visual installation is an artistic representation of how things can sometimes
get lost in translation. The Soundscape explores dialogues across languages, and is mixed by Lucid
Raaga; and the Projection is a Mandala of Text across languages created by a generative analog
process called Video Feedback.
While some things are translated literally, and show how meanings change or get lost in translation,
certain proverbs from one language had an equivalent proverb in another, showing certain universal
messages across culture and language.
This Project is made by The Mosquito Massala, in collaboration with Institut Français and
Credits and Thanks to:
- Bonjour India Experience - Photos gif : SpaceMatters
- Bonjour India Experience - 1300 gif : SpaceMatters
- Photos : Hemant Chawla
- Mumbai Hyperlapse animation : Hemant Chawla
We had the pleasure of working with Wire Media Consulting Pvt. Ltd. for the stall:
CAESARSTONE by HAFELE at India Design Fair, New Delhi, 2015.
We worked on:
1. The Global Consulting (Participation in definition of the Identity of the Stall)
2. Design of the central Video Mapping Installation, Mapping, Creation of Contents and Management of a Motion Designer.
3. Documentation (Pictures and Videos) of the Process and Exhibition.
4. Edit of final Montage.
Team: Samvida Nanda and Viktor Furiani of The Mosquito Massala.
Sculpture Designed and Created by Samvida Nanda and Viktor Furiani of the Mosquito Massala.
HAATHI jumped onto a truck and traveled to the Mad Decent Block Party to meet Major Lazer.
Scenes from the Photo Shoot:
Major Lazer was happy to meet Haathi, and their Photo together was celebrated on their Instagram page.