Arts distribution


Over the years, Tetro+A has built strong relationships with visual, sound, interactive and contemplative artists from around Europe who create innovative installations and design concepts.

Tetro+A has produced these creations and brought them to audiences at festivals and cultural events such as Nuit Blanche in Paris, the Nuits Sonores electronic music festival and the Festival of Lights in Lyon, and Singapore’s River Nights Festival, to name just a few.


Tetro+A provides support to innovative creatives in producing and disseminating their art projects. Learn more about them.



ARAMIQUE is a director focused on emerging media, technology and storytelling. He is the founder of the Odd Division experience lab based in Brooklyn. ARAMIQUE adopts an unconventional approach to the art of narrative, design and technology. He invents new ways for the public to discover and take part in virtual, physical and implicit storytelling.


• Adrien M / Claire B •

The Adrien M / Claire B company creates art forms, from stage performances to installations, in the field of digital arts and performing arts. It is co-directed by Claire Bardainne and Adrien Mondot. Their approach places people at the centre of technological challenges, and the body at the heart of images, using IT tools developed and customised specifically for them. They search for a living digital world in mobile, artisanal, ephemeral and sensory form.


• Christopher BAUDER • WhiteVoid

Christopher Bauder is director of the WhiteVoid studio in Berlin. He is active where art, design and technology meet, creating interactive installations for museums, festivals and other cultural events.His projects focus on the translation of bits and bytes into objects and environments and vice versa. Space, object, sound and interaction are the key elements of his work.
Christopher and his brother Marc created an extraordinary installation to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall: Lichtgrenze. TETRO and TETRO+A previously worked with Christopher Bauder on GRID, ATOM and THE TWIST.



COLLECTIF SCALE est un collectif parisien d’artistes et de techniciens issus d’horizons variés. Depuis 2011, ils mettent en commun différents savoir-faires pour concevoir et développer des dispositifs visuels et scénographiques pertinents pour la scène ou l’univers de la création contemporaine. C'est avec une démarche d’expérimentation, d’innovation et de confrontation permanente d’idées qu'ils proposent des projets multi-médiums et multi-sensoriels aux influences ancrées dans l'art augmenté. Au fils de ses collaborations musicales avec Christine and The Queens, Beat Assaillant, Agoria, Carl Craig, Francesco Tristano, Moritz Von Oswald ou encore Bachar Mar Khalifé qu'ils se sont intéressés aux relations étroites qui unissent la musique et l’art numérique, pour finalement passer maître dans l’art de sublimer la musique à travers l’image, le visuel et la lumière, ou l’inverse.


• Joran BRIAND •

In order to understand the work of an architect, or a designer, to perceive truly the direction of his line, we have to consider his counterpoint, his perspective line. For Joran Briand, it’s the ocean. If he is now known for his urban inclusions –he has conceived the huge concrete nets on both the Mucem and the Jean-Bouin stadium for Rudy Ricciotti, in collaboration with Etienne Vallet – this young designer, keeps looking for the sea, open waters, the constant flow of waves unfolding.


As a light designer for more than two decades, Yves Caizergues is active in a wide range of fields, including architecture, live performance, events and the creation of interactive and immersive light installations. His creations have been shown on numerous occasions during Lyon’s Festival of Lights, the Nuits Sonores electronic music festival and elsewhere.


• Miguel CHEVALIER •

Born in 1959 in Mexico City. Resides in Paris, France since 1985. Since 1978, Chevalier has focused exclusively on computers as an artistic means of expression. He quickly secured a spot on the international scene as a pioneer of virtual and digital art. Miguel Chevalier continues to be a trailblazer, and has proven himself to be one of the most significant artists on the contemporary scene.


• Benoît CHALLAND •

Ben is a creative image maker focused on 3D illustration, design and art direction. His work encompasses a large range of 3D field creation, design, CGI retouch and digital art. Native of a village in southern France, he made his senior studies in Lyon, then moved to Paris. He begins as digital art director within a small agency. He will evolve into agencies such as Publicis, We Are Anonymous and Serialcut Madrid. After several years working in web and animation, he devoted himself entirely to still image today, to satisfy his taste for detail and composition. Search ideas, be in a creative and dynamic sphere, still lean is what he loves. It’s his work environment.


• Gaspar CLAUS •

Gaspar Claus, a sinuous cross-country cellist who welcomes surprises, allows his unkempt technique to serve countless collaborations (with Jim O'Rourke, Sufjan Stevens, Rone or Angélique Ionatos). From improvised music to contemporary music, all the way through flamenco and pop, he represents those unhindered musicians for whom music is above all the manifestation of one's presence to the world, the celebration of a certain conception of friendship, togetherness, and the violence of pleasure. Values which he hexalts within Vacarme, a trio he established with the violinists Carla Pallone and Christelle Lassort.


• Paul COUDAMY •

An architect trained in France (DPLG), Paul Coudamy set up his Paris studio in 2008 to produce cross-disciplinary avant-garde architectural designs. His creative aesthetic is rooted in the search for beauty and crosses boundaries to achieve the unexpected. From conception to execution, Coudamy architectures is closely involved in each creation and invents both its form and production process. His designs are continuously informed by a studio-based experimental protocol for materials, assembly and technology. He uses digital tools and robotics to control each detail of his creations. Paul and his team of experts, who include artisans, developers and researchers, appreciate the element of mystery contained in ideas and revealed within a dialogue established during its realisation. The outcome is the constant renewal of an imagination of the unknown.



Umbrellium is a collective of architects, designers and creative technicians who specialize in producing participatory urban spectacles.

Umbrellium and TETRO teamed up to work on MINI BURBLE PARIS for Nuit Blanche in Paris.



Robert Henke was born in Munich, Germany. He is an artist working in the fields of audiovisual installation, music and performance. Coming from a strong engineering background, Henke is fascinated by the beauty of technical objects and developing his own instruments and algorithms is an integral part of his creative process. His materials are computer generated sound and images, field recordings, photography and light; transformed, re-arranged and modulated by mathematical rules, real time interaction and controlled random operations. Robert Henke is also one of the main creators of the music software « Ableton Live », which since its invention in 1999 became the standard tool for electronic music production and completely redefined the performance practice of electronic music.

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