Apertures (belgian premiere)
Apertures is an interactive sound sculpture, invisible and impalpable.
Three suspended frames, like three open windows, offer many different points of view on the same sound landscape.
In this space of collective musical game-playing, the public is invited to form a trio interpreting an open composition.
Conception, composition & programming: Mathieu Chamagne
Construction: Sébastien Servais. Executive production: Césaré, Centre national de création musicale de Reims. Coproduction: Centre Culturel André Malraux – Scène Nationale de Vandœuvre-lès-Nancy, GMEA, Centre national de création musicale d’Albi-Tarn.
Trained as a pianist, Mathieu Chamagne has studied music since 1987. After many experiences as a pianist in jazz formations / rock, etc., he gradually migrated to improvised music. He developed an electro-instrumental set in which analog synthesizers rub shoulders with digital, prepared sound objects, and various iT tools that creates customized sound experiences.
He is passionate about electronic music and has taught piano and electroacoustic music and computer science since 1994 in several schools & workshops (art schools, art workshops in schools, professional training, workshops, … ). He specializes in developing multimedia interactive devices for live performances and interactive installations, and composes for musical creations, theater and dance.
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