Soren is a performance that blends body, sound, and architecture. It leads to an installation that questions the relationship between visual space, sonic space and the importance of meaning in fiction. Soren invites the spectator to distance him or herself from the nature of the sounds that they hear as well as their sense, without any narration.
Spaces open, entering into vibration, with each other. The objects come and resonate in apparent disorder where the body’s energy makes sense. This installation which deals with the feed back and the movement of the performer triggering the sound of the locations, brings the viewer into an invisible narrative construction, as a new architecture within the architecture, a story in history.
Partnership Transcultures / ARBA-ESA Bruxelles
Sonic Live Gallery - Après midi performances le 23 septembre
Une après-midi Sonic Pirates pendant laquelle des artistes d’horizons différents se mêlent aux badauds pour envahir plusieurs magasins du passage du Centre de Mons.
Un tout grand merci au disquaire Alive Records et les commerçants du Passage du Centre pour leur collaboration.
Jean François Fontaine
Jean François Fontaine hacks guitars, computers, cameras, microphones, sensors, drums…and teaches at the Royal Academy of Arts in Brussels.
Benoît Armange studied contemporary dance with company Ladainha in Rennes in 1997 and then followed the class of Choreographic Development Centre in Toulouse in 2003.
He developed his artistic identity in various companies such as Michèle-Anne De Mey, Carolyn Carlson, Juha Marsalo, TangoSumo, Escale, Giolisu, endlessly turbulent. He now continues his research into the performance and installation following a Master at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels.
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