martin lenclos // art + media + design
Martin Lenclos creates art, media and design through the interplay of photography, editorial content and virtual environments.
Martin Lenclos is a French-born Brooklyn-based digital artist, multimedia designer and creative entrepreneur. His scope includes web/mobile application, virtual reality, participative experience, and art installation for interior and exterior spaces. He has created and produced work for the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Condé Nast, Leica, and Magnum Photos, among others. His virtual worlds have been showcased at exhibitions throughout the United States, Canada, France, Japan, Switzerland, and Austria—including the Museum of the Moving Image in NYC; SIGGRAPH in San Diego, CA; and the Design Exchange in Toronto.
Martin Lenclos is the owner of a creative strategy agency, Lenclostudio, which provides consulting services to leaders who desire to enhance their brand as established speakers as well as to innovators and startups looking to get their idea in front of investors. In 2012, Lenclos founded Pipture, a micro-video entertainment studio that produced mobile comedy video e-cards for all occasions. In 2008, he co-founded Coverage3D, a digital media company, and in 2006, he co-founded Instant Level, an online 3D personalized homepage.
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Japan Design Festa; Tokyo, Japan
SIGGRAPH International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques; San Diego, CA
American Museum of the Moving Image; Astoria, NY
Praterstern //; Vienna, Austria
William A. Fox Gallery; Astoria, NY
Digifest, Electronic Cities Conference and New Voices Competition; Toronto, Canada
FCMM, Festival International Nouveau Cinéma Nouveaux Média; Montréal, Quebec
Villette Numérique: DIGIT@RT show; Paris, France
SIGGRAPH International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques; San Antonio, TX
Maison des Arts de Creteil, International Festival “EXIT”; Créteil, France
Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie, Court - Circuit Festival; Paris, France
Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (ENSAD); Paris, France