Titre Bruegel

A VR experience directed by Gordon and Andrés Jarach

1,2,3 Bruegel is an entertaining VR experience in 3D Real-time into the mysterious Pieter Bruegel the Elder’s painting “Children’s Games”: A game of hide and seek where your mission will be to find the 200 children hidden in the city. The painting is no longer a painting but a model game in which you can walk around and act upon.

1,2,3 Bruegel
propose une expérience immersive ludique dans le mystérieux tableau “Jeux d’enfants”, de Pieter Bruegel l’Ancien : un jeu de cache-cache où vous vous lancez dans une recherche frénétique des 200 enfants cachés dans la ville peinte par le peintre. Ici, le tableau n’est plus un tableau mais un jeu d’enfants dans lequel vous interagissez avec les différents éléments de la peinture.


Conception, scenario and game design: Gordon & Andrés Jarach
Art direction: Gordon
Original soundtrack: Étienne Charry
Executive producer: Chloé Jarry
Production manager: Alessandra Bogi
3d artist: Timothée Marnat, Novelab
Post-production 360°: Maxime Villemard, Cow Prod
Coproducers: Camera lucida productions, Arte France
With the support of CNC – Fonds Nouveaux Médias, Fonds Transmédia de la Ville de Paris
Distribution Lucid Realities
Virtual Reality Experiences
Real-time 3D
Length: 10 to 15’
Location based experiences in museum, VR cinemas and all platforms
All public


Andrés Jarach

Since 1998, he has been directing documentaries for television, mainly Arte and France Televisions. He has directed, to name a few: Smoking Kills (2004), Parmiggiano (2006), The Last Rodeo (2008), El Gaucho (2009), Green Thumbs (2010) and the ABC of Man (2015). In 2010, he directed his first interactive project for Arte.tv: Arte Sporting Club. Followed by Modern Couple, also for Arte.tv (2012) which was adapted for television, Modern Papa (2013), My own Proust’s Madeleine for Radio France Nouveaux Medias (2013), Check-In for Arte.tv (2014), Generation 14 for France 3 and the Figaro.fr (2014) as well as Continuidad for France Culture-Radio France Nouveaux Medias (2015).

Andrés Jarach

Gordon G

Following graphic design studies at Ecole Estienne in Paris, Gordon specialises in graphic presentation for television. Along with Andy Sommer or Philippe Béziat, Gordon writes and directs cultural tv programs: The Carnival of the animals (2010 – Grand Prix Italia 2011 and Public award at the Golden Prague 2011), Antoine’s four seasons (2012), Peter and the Wold (2013 – Grand Prix Digital Award Bologne 2014, Rose d’Or in Berlin 2014). He has been working with Chloé Jarry for all of these interactive applications. Replay Memories is his first collaboration with Andrès Jarach.

Gordon G