Obsolete connects art, science and education to stimulate new thought patterns.

Our creative and cultural projects foster imagination and critical dialogue on the societal and environmental issues related to new technologies. We stimulate collaboration across disciplines to help individuals & organisations to become actors in the transformations of our time.

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Our training programs connect art, science & entrepreneurship to help individuals & organisations to develop their skills & vision for the future.

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Art + Science

Our artistic & cultural programs encourage hybrid art, digital culture and critical research for a public debate on the changes in our society.

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Project highlights

Below is a selection of our work. We develop and support open research projects, art exhibitions, educational programs and events.

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Art installation (2019) by collective HeHe, production Bipolar.

Premiered at Festival d’Avignon as part of the exhibition ‘Big Torrent’ to raise awareness of flood risk and offer an unusual experience of the Rhône river to the inhabitants.

Le Grand Barouf Numérique is a participatory and prospective debate on the internet neutrality and other issues of our digital lives.

On this occasion, we presented the artworks ‘Threads’ by Fabien Zocco and the Cached collective’s experience.


Our blog invites you to explore the convergence between Art and Science with artists revealing behind the scenes of their work, as well as a glimpse into the back of their minds.

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The Lights Which Can Be Heard is a research project on the possible sound emitted by the Northern Lights, and the related musical traditions of the indigenous peoples of the Arctic.

Sébastien Robert combines scientific research, cosmologies and human encounters to put into perspective a century-old debate that is still open in 2022.