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subâ€˘aâ€˘quatâ€˘ic is a sound installation proposing underwater listening. Submerged in water, it’s the entire body which perceives the music, the sound seeming as if coming directly from inside the skull. The aquatic world also perturbs and blurs the music. What the listener perceives becomes a difformed reality which can seem strangely faint and distant, as [...]
A homage to Xenakis. Solo opera with live electronics. IRCAM, Festival Agora 2010. Samedi 19 juin, 23h. Georgia SPIROPOULOS : composition MĂ©dĂ©ric COLLIGNON : voice Thomas GĹ’PFER : Ircam computer music design Georgia SPIROPOULOS : direction Arnaud JUNG : lights, scenography Nathalie SAULNIER : costume Video by SĂ©bastien Bretagne georgiaspiropoulos.com More at : georgiaspiropoulos.com/works/bacchae_excerpts_en.html
Chris H. Lynn’s Reading Dream Within A Dream screening now at The Streaming Film Festival in the Netherlands
Reading Dream Within A Dream is a visual reading of Edgar Allan Poeâ€™s poem which explores the connection between Charles Baudelaire and Edgar Allan Poe through an audiovisual counterpoint. The film also presents a new approach to the text through the process of visual and audio forms. The film is part of the Visual Sessions [...]
Video worked out with a 6.5 gigs Blu-Ray this time and rendered full HD. I was surprise to find the right music composition for my favourite movie of all. I found it right away. Compassion doesn’t come easily in my music, but All Words in World (2009) feels like it I believe, an important composition [...]
Cult photographer and filmmaker Todd Selby’s latest short is a revealing portrait of performance artist Christine Sun Kim. Deaf from birth, Kim turned to using sound as a medium during an artist residency in Berlin in 2008, and has since developed a practice of lo-fi experimentation that aims to re-appropriate sound by translating it into [...]
Voice Lessons is an electronic, audio device that interrogates the popular myth that every musical instrument imitates the human voice. Touching the screen allows the participant to manipulate the visuals and vocalizations of the â€śvoice teacherâ€ť as he recites vocal warm up exercises. The piece resides in the space between a musical instrument and voice [...]