Synchronized audio lighting installation that plays with space and perception, generating an abstract expression of the representation of the dimensional axes: x, y, z. It seeks, through its 3 complementary elements: lighting, projection and sound, to explore the physical scope of light and sound waves, in order to communicate a concept through synchronization.
Taken together, the execution of all the events (light, projection and sound) represent ups and downs, obvious and abstract intentional connotations such as the sound of machines working, voices changing places, pleasant fluid environments and of course emptiness or silence to generate the three-dimensional and immersive composition.”
art! ⋈ climate" (or "art! ⋈ climate") presents a series of short pieces of sound art related to the effects of climate change and the global environmental crisis. Some of the pieces were selected as part of the contest organized by the Center for Experimentation and Investigation of Electronic Arts (CEIArtE) of the National University of Tres de Febrero, Argentina, and the Climate Center of the Red Cross / Red Crescent, and with the support of the international project Balance-Unbalance created by students of the Department of Music from Concordia University in Montreal, Canada.
All the works were created following the guidelines provided by the Red Cross Climate Center on certain pressing issues they face, such as the difference between climate and climate; challenges in implementing its Forecast-Based Financing program; or the problems associated with the increasing number of migratory mosquitoes, caused by climate change.
Similar sound art programs have been presented at the International Image Festival by the same sender in recent years (as well as at the Balance-Unbalance 2016 conference held in Manizales) having an impact on the local audience as well as international visitors to the event.
Creation and composition by François Daudin Clavaud and Leon Milo Generative images by Miguel Chevalier (Pixels Liquides)
Nine birdsongs feed this texture that evolves into a multitude of minimalist and random particles that seem to participate in the elaboration of a creation process in perpetual rebirth.
Jardín de Tabaldak is presented through the generative images Liquid Pixels by the plastic artist Miguel Chevalier.
« At the beginning of the world, the Creator, who the indigenous Abénakis call Tabaldak, created the earth and for them, the earth became the garden of Tabaldak... One day so that the children would not get bored, he created the birds and colored them with all the colors of nature… »