18:00 | Conférence/Partage d’écoute #2
Shared listening – sonic radio arts archives / plastic artsShared meanings, micro-history of sound in the contemporary arts is composed of a conference and short extracts of a set of radio broadcasts of the art critic and essay writer Alexandre Castant (Paris). These were carried out from 1993 to 1996 at the National institute of Audio-visual, on the relations between photography and sound. Then on the meeting point between visual arts/sound creations. Between rare documentary archives of creation, these programs constituted the aesthetic premises of a little explored territory, at the beginning of the 1990s. The history of sound in contemporary art… More than twenty years later, this unedited series will be the object of a conference and shared listening, and broadcasting of brief sound extracts from its program : Shared senses, a history of photography and sound: adventures of time; Photography listens to sound, sound environment and photography; Musicality of images;
Partenariat Transcultures, PointCulture
The seeds of voice, the seeds of photography; Photographs without a view. National Institute of Audio-visual, Bry-sur-Marne, 1993.120mn. Workshop 6. 25, sound experiments in contemporary art (History of a passage; Improbable territories; Silence and the cry; Sound prospects), National institute of Audio-visual, Bry-sur-Marne, 1996.
20:00 | Concert-Lecture
Golden Hello (le rendez-vous) | Première belge
Concert-reading conceived from situations and adventures taken from the hyperrealist writings of Eric Arlix (writer and editor) and put into music by Serge Teyssot-Gay (ex Noir Desire, Interzone-guitar) and Christian Vialard (creative sound-electronics). “Golden Hello” is the term used in English for “bonus of welcome”, the latter concerns only managers of high levels. These texts, on very different subjects (a mini-market, a video, a hashtag…), converge electro-free-rock’n’roll ambiances, by musicians, draw up a critical portrait of the contemporary world and individuals who struggle to survival, each in his own way.
The multifaceted work of Christian Vialard occupies a singular place in contemporary art and on the French musical scene.
Serge Teyssot-Gay discovered his likeness to playing guitar while listening to Django Reinhardt at the age of nine. His youthful influences are AC / DC, the Stooges, and the Gun Club.
Éric Arlix is a writer, artist and researcher of forms whose books and heterogeneous productions are impacted and organized by recurrent trends and subjects.
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