現場表演單元/ Live Performances on 17th March
Date： 3月 17 日 (日/ SUN) 19: 00 – 21: 00
地點/ Location：台北花博舞蝶館 EXPO Hall of Taipei Expo Park
Duration : 40:00
Digital narrative performance
(French experimental poetry, video art, live electronics, digital instrument-making)
[Play;] is the recalling of a trip in a virtual space, pairing a visual navigation and a poetic narrative which influence each other and evolve in a constantly multiplied tale. Translucent and hermetic virtual spaces are daisy chained mirroring various degrees of consciousness of an avatar left alone with her reflection. Cross-examining a possible dehumanising, re-appropriating of oneself exponential identity, [Play;] is a game of creation of permutable identities. Meet yourself in one’s shadow; the place where you can meet the outside of yourself is a lure.
This performance inquires the gaps between real time and virtual realities through a virtual autofiction game - where the issue is none other than becoming our own avatar.
Demo : https://vimeo.com/173166138
Author, video artist and performer(Toulouse, France)
With her dual philosophical and artistic training, Sandrine Deumier constructed a multifaceted poetry focused on the issue of technological change and the performative place of poetry conceived through new technologies. Using material from the word as image and the image as a word vector, she also works at the junction of video and sound poetry considering them as sensitive devices to express a form of unconscious material itself. The process of writing and the mobile material of the image function as underlying meanings of reflux which refer to the real flickering and to their reality transfers via unconscious thought structures. Her work consists mainly of poetic texts, vidéopoèmes, multimedia installations and audiovisual poetic performances in collaboration with composers.
Website : http://sandrinedeumier.com
Electroacoustic composer (Laurentides, Quebec, Canada)
Sonia Paço-Rocchia is an improviser, composer, sound artist, installation artist, maker, live coder, live electronics musician. Her work has been presented all over North America and Europe. Sonia Paço-Rocchia’s research is about sounds, timbres, forms ways to communicate the abstract. Composing, she broaden the variety of sonic possibilities either using new techniques, live electronics, invented instruments, found instruments or automated instruments. As for her work on the form, most of her work have a visual/theatrical aspect as well as choices given to the players. She wrote a series of pieces for solo instruments with live electronics, several pieces of chamber music sometime with live electronics, pieces for bigger ensembles including a piece for 32 bassoons (Hommage). She wrote too for non-conventional instruments, such as bus-cards, slinky, bicycle, saws and her invented instruments such as Helixphone, Stemsaw, Metal Harp, Tube Long, Cube and including some automated instruments as the automated saws, automated tubes and automated helixophones.
Improvising, she uses a myriad of sound-makers, invented and automated instruments, voice and mostly bassoon, along with live electronics. She plays solo and in various ensembles including, ZZCC, Bullshit Filter, VibraLib and the London Improvisers Orchestra.
Coder and maker herself it is not rare that she incorporates new technologies into her work such as original real time processing, automatons, web art, interfaces, digital instruments. She writes generative music that she aimed to sound like her own improvised music, either for installations or on the web.
30min / Unity3D,Max/MSP, Transparent screen.
“Trinity” is perfectly synchronized audiovisual experience by network connection. The waves of stimulation and information, continuously being brought to visual and auditory senses, generate a certain kind of pleasing sensation inside the brain of each audience.
* This work is an experimental version using a transparent screen.
“BRDG” is a collective of audio/visual based in Tokyo. Keijiro Takahashi (Visualist) and DUB-Russell (Musician) from the collective will attend and perform a collaboration project.