Frédéric Durieu and Nathalie Erin, a couple of artists. Their Art: writing algorithms to create works. Their paintings are still images that come to life with augmented reality. Because they can also project themselves and react with sound or movement. They play with the multifaceted nature of their software, entirely coded by Frédéric as if with a funny brush. The software is already a work of art... How can we not integrate algorithmic art with contemporary art? The work of Frédéric Durieu & Nathalie Erin surprises those who discover it and delight those who know it, as much for its diversity and originality as for its unique and singular technique and poetry, because they have developed a method that allows them to create works of a new genre that characterizes them. Each painting is a still image that reacts with the camera or sound and thus tells a story or deals with a subject that is close to their hearts: Nature, Femininity, Humanism, humour... Each painting has a purpose and exists. They each contain several levels of vision, from near distance, within, hidden treasures, personal interpretations. Recently, they have been using augmented reality to make us discover their works in a different way. An avant-garde vision! Their works are also available in the form of installations, giant frescoes or sets for the performing arts. Frédéric Durieu, a polytechnician and artist, born in Belgium (Brussels) writes his own programmes. He has been using algorithmic poetry to create works of art for nearly 30 years. A pioneer in this field, he has exhibited his works in major museums such as the Centre Pompidou and the Palais de Tokyo. He has also created interactive works for Nike, IBM, created sets for the Opera, to name a few. One of his latest works has just been installed at the Futuroscope in Poitiers. Nathalie Erin, artist, musician and singer, born in Martinique (Fort-de-France), has a great sensitivity for the world around her. She discovered and learned digital art with Frédéric Durieu. Today, they form a real team and create their works with 4 hands. They have participated in several exhibitions and events in the Montpellier region since 2016, as well as in the 2017 edition of Cœur de Ville en Lumières where their works have been projected on the Fabre Museum.