Jean-Luc Marchina | Electronics, Multimedia Designer
jeanluc*at*malumiere*dot*ch | Tel. +2 0112 437 97 41 (Egypt) | Linkedin

Exhibition "Menawwareen" at Mashrabia Gallery, Cairo, Egypt
- interactive lighting installation, 2019

New Project
LAMACKINA - The powerful machine I've ever dreamt

Projects 2018
ANOURE - Lighting Design & IInteractive Installations

Multimedia | New Media
Children Football in Egypt (Tdh) | Kids of Sundarbans | Dear Mr. President | Multimedia on Stage | Umm Kulthoum Digital, Endless Umm Kulthoum | Mobile Art School | Le théâtre à perte de vue | Salle d'attente | Quel est votre rêve de théâtre? | Katharina | Nga Shqiperia ne Shqiperi - From Albania to Albania | Quartier lointain | Screen Sisters | Face to Face | How delightful it would be to live in Cairo | Panoramique intime | Pipelette | Tongs | El Markino | Between Bucarest and Timisoara | L’après Bosnie-Herzégovine |

Lighting Design
AnoureProject Z (pdf) | Les pains (pdf)| Alcyone | Carrefour | Electra | Fondue | Grappa | Merope | Solaire |

Short bio
Jean-Luc Marchina had started working in the field of performance at Vidy-Lausanne theatre in 1998. Subsequently, he has collaborated with several Art Directors such as Fabienne Berger, Anne Bisang, Krystian Lupa, Nahla Mattar and Dorian Rossel. Beside his professional experience in scenic art, he has been led amount of visual arts workshops for artists, students and deprived communities in Balkans, Egypt, Lebanon and Switzerland. He has also made several documentaries on child relief for NGOs. Jean-Luc Marchina gained a Federal Certificate of Electronic Competences and is graduated from Geneva University of Art and Design (HEAD) with a Postgraduate in Multimedia / New Media.
Project "Z"(pdf) - Experimental design workshop, Zabbaleen's community, Manshiyat Naser, Cairo, Egypt, 2016
The Orient in their Arts by Mohamed Kenani, Al Jazeera Documentary about "Umm Kulthoum Digital, Endless Umm Kulthoum"
Egyptian Snapshots(EyeEm) - photography, 2017-18
The Tomorrow's Customers - photography, 2016-17
Nowadays the food industry is so intrusive in our daily life that we have forgotten the welfare of the next generation.
©2019 Jean-Luc Marchina