Sound installation for a specific space and a variable number of speakers
How do we imagine a space around us by the action of hearing? What makes a space be unique? How can we cross different universes just by the action of listening?
The dark room of resonances attempt to create a situation where the hearer is completely immersed. The whole room is completely dark in order to let the people loose their visual references and focus on what their are hearing.
The sound piece creates different univers using as reference the acoustic properties of the real architecture space. Each piece is composed for a specific space what makes the resonance of the space the main point of each piece.
According to the architecture situation, the piece is composed for variable number of speakers in order to create a specific installation and using the sound’s spatialization.
The piece is composed as a never ending piece. A continual fall. It attempts to question our relation with sound, space
and time. Which relationships we maintain with our sound environment and how it can talk about ourselves.
Date: vernisage: 30.09.2016, 20:00 – 24:00 (event in the opening of eXplore festival #11, and part of NAG 2016)
1-15.10.2016, 20:00 – 22:00
Stéphane Clor is a French musician and artist. He is playing double bass, cello and electroacoustic music, especially in improvised and contemporary music contexts. He explores relationship between sound, gesture, space and time; focused on their meaning regarding perception and identity. He programs and creates kinetic systems for visual and musical performances and installations. He is also working on pedagogical interventions about computer musics.