Genèse de la création "Agrigento" pour le MuMa (Le Havre)
Marco Marini use here his textile interface programmed with «Usine Hollyhock" for an electro-acoustic composition named "Agrigento”. This piece was a command of the museum MuMa , (Le Havre,France) for the retrospective "lights of the North – lights South" of Nicolas de Staël. The interface, equipped with sensors and connected to a computer, lets you play sounds recorded in the different modes that were programmed into the software. The textile Interface is "cut" into several zones corresponding to geometric cutting of different parts of the painting.
This composition was made with sounds recorded by Marco Marini in Agrigento (Sicily)
It's not really new, but we also see now more and more artists who mix light scenography and music. Here the lights and video are a complete part of this performance named ”Arrays” from the French Distortions company.
Illustrating here our progressive transformation from human being to numerical data, simple part of a whole “cloud”
This was first a command from GRM and Radio France for the “Presence Electronique” French festival.
A new part will be added next year to this work, will be about the area that have preceded the digital age: the area of electricity, including a reference to Nicolas Tesla.
Sounds by Hervé Birolini with the software Usine and François Donato, Light scenography by D.B.O Olivier Irthum.
Ok, this one is not really a scoop, cause it's 2 years old, but it certainly for me a perfect illustration of the quality you can meet when professional musicians add electronics and talent to their set.
This is "SPEAKERS" by Herve birolini on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
Here a new beautiful trailer of a performance named ”Speakers” from the French Distortions company. Again a nice mix between artistic/musical creativity and technology. Hervé Birolini use here several sensors ( hot hand, kinect and Leap motion) and Usine Hollyhock. Mathieu Chamagne use Max/msp.
Quand le créateur sonore Marco Donnarumma sort ses muscles, ça n’a rien à voir avec du bodybuilding. Il amplifie pour ainsi dire les impulsions que produisent naturellement ses muscles et les transforme en sons. Marco est l’inventeur du « Xth Sense », un instrument de musique unique en son genre.
« Tu peux même capter les bruits que fait ton sang en coulant dans tes veines. Et tu peux le régler pour qu’il filtre le craquement de tes os. »
L’artiste italien a déjà présenté sa Bodymusic à des manifestations comme le New York Electronic Art Festival ou le Sound Art China. Son objectif : modifier la perception que ses auditeurs ont du corps ! Et il n’hésite pas à trimballer deux poids de 50 kilos sur scène. ...
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