Ecouter l’espace scénique (restitution of the workshop)
This workshop (Listen the stage space) was coordinated by Stéphane Kozik (sound & multimedia artist), David Hayo (dancer), Lydia Bollen (architect and teacher) and Philippe Franck (Transcultures and City Sonic director). Students from the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning in Mons and the Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels have created a sound path to the city center where the body interprets sounds in a choreographed way. In addition, an installation was designed from sound recordings produced and broadcast in the library window.
With the support of Transcultures, Umons (Dept of Architecture & Urbanism) and The Academy of Fine Arts of Brussels
A sound installation is also exhibited in the window of 7m3 space. It is conceived from recordings sound made on this same window (with piezo microphones wich record the resonant frequencies). These sounds are mixed to music and rebroadcast in the window through a loudspeaker vibrating system.
In the context of Sound Emergences, with the support of Transcultures and the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism / UMons and ARBA-ESA Brussels
Chlorophyllian Beats (video)
Plants of Chlorphyllian Beats dance and interpret a unique rhythmic music to each measure, inviting the public to contemplate this always new poetical cycles.
Artist, sound artist, musician graduated from the School of Visual Arts of Mons (Belgium) in ARTS2, Stéphane Kozik mainly works on interactive installations, audio-visual and musical performances, short films. . . His multidisciplinary approach intends to be sensitive, sensory, poetic and playful.
He apprehends reality in his works supernaturally and often brings it into vibration, resonance, in harmony, dissonance, rhythm …
Whether in the form of performances, installations or videos he creates and transforms spaces to question our relationship to the world.
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