Assemblage: Light box, x-ray of skull in profile, second molar extracted from the artist "Latitud Cerro Matoso" It is a symbolic relief project in the field of plastic arts, born from an experience lived by my family and me in the year 1994: displacement from my hometown Montelíbano, located in the department of Córdoba, near the Cerro Matoso nickel mines, where my father worked, to the city of Manizales Caldas where my mother's family lived. The project has three parts: the first “Towards a corporal geography of the conflict” whose central axis is the collective memory of my family, which among others contains the oral testimony of my parents and documents and personal corporal elements; the second "Displacements and transitions" performance that focuses on past and present personal memory from territorial displacement; the third part "exiled testimonies" shows an ethnographic process based on the personal, collective, and historical memory of the town to which he returned at the end of August 2017, after 23 years of having fled.
Londoño wonders about a context where computer machines seem to appropriate the world to blur the boundaries between reality and fiction. With the advent of the "new media" and especially with the advent of the computer, the complex circuit of the sign has been torn apart and we have found ourselves immersed in a quagmire in which the signified and signifier have lost any connection. The raw material of his work is related to codes, numbers and algorithms, using complex computerized translations and transforming them into a plastic language. In his work he tries to materialize coded information, which is "intangible", in a constant search for the recovery of the analogue in the continuous evolution of the digital world.
Interférence (String Network) is an audiovisual performance that explores the possibilities of performing an electroacoustic work in real time through gestural interaction with a unique device. Alexis Langevin -Tétrault- builds a network of strings to interact with the control light and create a sound universe between industrial noise, electronics and acoustic music. Through the staging of corporeality and the dialectical relationship between the human and the machine; This work presents an allegory of the globalized and interconnected modern world.
Richard Garet and Daniel Neumann will deliver a live audiovisual presentation for single screen video and multi-channel sound to a speaker field, spread throughout the theater. The loudspeakers are placed in an idiosyncratic relationship with the existing architecture, creating a sound environment that activates the acoustics and physical structures of the space. The images will consist of disparate sources and interpolated views, imaginative transformations and multi-layer arrangements to build the viewing experience in real time.
Concert pianist, Persian performer, interdisciplinary composer, researcher-creator, educator, and posthuman thinker, Anoush Moazzeni enjoys a performing career that has often taken her around the world. After completing his undergraduate studies in piano and musicology, he specialized in a master's degree in contemporary piano and is currently pursuing his individualized doctoral studies in Artistic Research in Creative Music Practice.
Inspired by Claude Shannon's information theory, Deciban is an investigation into the perception of digitally generated noise that aims to propose a new type of synesthetic experience. It is the new audiovisual performance by CHDH Collective in which sound and visual forms emerge from noise, a video similar to the “snow” of old analog televisions throughout the space. This hypnotic material, with its sound altered by two performers in real time, using laptop computers. Noise acquires a structure, a topology, patterns. Shapes emerge, visual and sound movements appear. The public is lost in the perception of this world full of illusions. In Deciban, phenomena drown in a universe of noise: noise is information.