Vincent Morisset is a director known for his artful use of technology and interactivity. He's also the founder of the studio AATOAA (pronounced à toi, meaning 'yours'). His small squad has been recasting how we experience the Internet, games, public spaces and films. Morisset first came to prominence through his long collaboration with Arcade Fire; Neon Bible is considered the first interactive music video, and Just a Reflektor won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Original Interactive Program. With Icelandic band Sigur Rós, Morisset directed their groundbreaking live-experience INNI, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival. In 2015, he premiered Way to Go at Sundance, won three Webbys and the People's Choice of the year at FWA. Recently, he created the pieces Vast Body, Habitat and Motto.
PHI Studio focuses its activities on the presentation and curation of immersive works in virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and extended reality (XR). Recognized locally and internationally for its innovative production approach, technical expertise, and achievements in new forms of storytelling, PHI Studio collaborates with major global industry players and festivals and has worked on many award-winning projects, with international presentations in New York, Tokyo, Venice, Frankfurt, Luxembourg, and Houston, among others. As a pioneer in interactive experiences, PHI Studio pushes the boundaries of immersive projects, with a focus on enhancing the visitor experience through a keen sense of detail and the elaboration of high-quality scenography. With a reputation for close collaborations with artists, creators, directors, and producers from different backgrounds, PHI Studio aspires to be a catalyst of innovation, supporting the development of present and future talent.
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