Wonders – 2019 – Acrylic, dyeing, bleach over polka dot fabric over yellow background
F 303 – Animation movie with sound environment – 2019 – 24 min – Kaleidoscopic exploration of a mystery planet called F 303
“This Is The House That Jack Built” – Art residency at PITA (Play In The Attic) Bourges, France. With Thomas Bontemps. We work from sound materials, images and objects. We perform on our rush video made during our travels (Tanger, Detroit, Chicago, Berlin …) and try to approach an imaginary and real story from these destinations. Jack, music, cities are partly heroes. Between form of cinema concert, installation, reading, ballad and manipulation of object. Electro-acoustic musical performance.
The Loop – 2019 – Installation – Video projected on CD cristal box environment – Variable construction – Video loop is variable – A journey into Chicago subway
“Ring” music piece was create for the project exhibition “Le Ciel va couler cette nuit ». We have exhibit inside the “water tower” from the city of Bourges, FR (Place Séraucourt). Inside the water tower, space acoustic was massive. Big big reverb. “Ring” performance wants to put in resonance the building . I play with synthesizers Yamaha CS1X, Korg 770. I play with C note. In french C means DO, and water in french says Eau. We can say this like that : DO / D’EAU and C / SEE – The influence of the water, the water tower area relates narrative feedback.
Actually most of my works play with forms of representation provided by techno musical avant-garde, myth, contemporary art, technology, history and popular culture.
My gesture is arborescent. I operate by sliding, diversion, arrangement, word games and polysemy. The vision is resolutely human, emotional, as an artist immersed into a heritage. I compose narrative forms, make poetic relation, and questioning electronic music practices through visual arts.
Formats range comes from plastic installation to documentary research, passing by contemporary painting, sound production and musical performance.
I work with environments, devices where plural forms (installations, paintings, sounds, images and research) coexist inside a space, without necessarily established hierarchy.
Visually, the work gives heterogeneous sensations, hybrid forms, various impressions punctuated with rhythms. The reading direction is multiple, transversal.
Ultimately, the work may lead to a broader global reflection on civic communities, urban cultures, society and living together.
Through these productions, we look over the codes of dance culture, History, space and time, future, technology, music and society.