installation by LAB212
Stop-iT is a physical musical sequencer.
It's a new music creation tool, which
makes the sound tangible.
By sticking post-it
notes on a surface, people create a musical
The color of a post-it defines the type of instrument, and its vertical position, the pitch of the note.
Here are the some compositions created by Stop-iT's audience accross the exhibitions.
ONEDOTZERO x CMoDA
Stop-iT has been exhibited in Beijing, China, from 17th Dec 2011 to 3th Jan 2012.MORE INFO
BELEF is an AV festival which has been held in July 2011 in Belgrad, Serbia.
ONEDOTZERO x YOTA
Stop-iT was part of onedotzero's international tour which stopped from 5th Dec to 19th Dec 2010 at Yota Space in St Petersburg, Russia.MORE INFO
Cité des Sciences
From 15th June to 5th July, exhibition at "Carrefour numérique", a space of french science museum la Cité des Sciences.MORE INFO
Stop-iT was part of Campus Party Mexico, from 9th to 15th of August 2010.MORE INFO
Stop-iT was part of Campus Party Bogota, from 28th of June to 4th of July 2010.MORE INFO
Forum des Images
Exhibition + workshop with children in February 2010, during a film festival for children.MORE INFO
A 1 week exhibition during the 2009 edition of the International Animated Film Festival in Meknès, Morocco.MORE INFO
Stop-iT was invited to a live performance during a launching event of a french lab.MORE INFO
Where it all begins.
Stop-iT was initially created as a student project, designed for people visiting the school during its Open Day, back in march 2008.
is a french collective composed by digital artists & designers. Through interactive installations, LAB212 invites users to experiment new types of interfaces and to question his perception of the surrounding world. We create involving, sensitives, tangibles and surprising experiences, often with a playful intention in mind. We embrace a user-centric approach, putting both the context of use and the people at the center of our concerns.
is a freelance developer and a talented DIYer. He works both for other artists, helping them on the technical side of their projects, and for himself, using electronics, mechanics and programming to serve his approach of interactive design. He likes to know how things work: he would rather make a thing than buying it. Above everything, he likes to create machines that develop imagination instead of consuming it. He enjoys keeping things simple, rational and efficient.
is a freelance interactive and graphic designer, and a programming enthusiast.
He likes to create interactive pieces involving physical user interactions.
He likes seeing people as actors, not just as spectators. His work covers a wide variety of supports: from installations to websites and mobile applications. He tries to bring closer the Man and the Machine, by finding new ways for them to communicate and understand each other, in a playful way.