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THE LITTLE DANCER AT THE MUSEE D’ORSAY

Collection “When she gets out…”
An augmented reality project created by
Gordon & Marie Sellier

When she gets out is a collection of augmented reality experiences in which Edgar Degas’ Little Dancer brings children along a fantastic journey through artworks displayed in museums.

Her playful silhouette strolls around paintings, drawings, sculptures and many other magical worlds created by artists, looking onto them with a naive and enchanted gaze.

In the first episode in co-production with the Musée d’Orsay, the dancer has fallen for young imperial prince Eugene. In order to bring him to life and free him from his frozen sculpted world, she must go from painting to painting, some of them being renowned masterpieces in art history, and gather the ingredients of a magic potion…

Directed by Gordon
Written by Marie Sellier
Dancer: Sarah Silverblatt-Buser
Executive producer: Chloé Jarry
A coproduction Lucid Realities, Musée d’Orsay and France Télévisions
With the support of CNC
French voices: Claire Bouanich (Marie), Xavier Lacaille (Eugène), Anne Alvaro (La Patronne), Céline Ronte , Clément Moreau , Françoua Garrigue, Odja llorca, Fanny Mary, & Darina Al Joundi

Artistic team
PRESENTED ARTWORKS

« Little Dancer of Fourteen Years », 1880, by Edgar Degas
« Le Prince impérial et son chien Néro » (« The Impérial Prince and his dog Nero »), 1865, by Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux
« Model of the Paris Opera », 1862, by Charles Garnier
« The Magpie », 1868-1869, by Claude Monet
« One Thousand One Night », 1914, by Vittorio Zecchin
« Woman with a Coffeepot », 1895, by Paul Cézanne
« The Swing », 1876, by Auguste Renoir
« Ploughing in the Nivernais », 1849, by Rosa Bonheur
« War », 1894, by le Douanier Rousseau
La Chambre de Van Gogh à Arles, Vincent Van Gogh
« The Floor Scrapers », 1875, by Gustave Caillebotte
« Women at the well », 1899, by Paul Sérusier
« The Meal », 1891, by Paul Gauguin
« Le Corsage à carreaux » (Portrait of Mme. Claude Terrasse, the sister of the artist), 1892, by Pierre Bonnard.

FESTIVALS

Official selection at NewImages Festival (2021 - Paris)