Danièle Racine has developed a personalised artistic formula combining her interest in the arts, today's social conventions, and new technology. In 1999, she directed Mouvement réel (Real Movement), a documentary which introduced some fifteen artists from Tokyo, London, Peking, New York and Montreal with the goal of exploring new media. Launched at the Festival international du film sur l'art de Montréal (FIFA), it was equally well received at the Ex-Centris Complex, at the Musée d'art contemporain (MAC), at the Paris Forum des Images ISEA-2000 event and during the Belfort CICV Interférences Event. The MAC has acquired the documentary for its collection as well as for its multimedia library. Racine's video project Tempo réseau deals with the impact that communication networks have on contemporary culture.