Based on the utilization of sound and image technologies
linked with body motions, "sersorLAB.mov"
is a scenic
production project that uses a process wich modifies sound
and light according to motion, thanks to sensors. From these
interactions, where each part acts in a complementary way with the
others, rises a form where dance, music, video and light draw a free
score, linked with the sound universe in which the body is immerged.
Improvisation is the mode of apprenhension of the system wich feeds and
allows the development of new kind of writing. This workspace, linked
with research and experimentation, opens multiple perspectives on
relationships with sound and visual choregraphic writings.
This principle involves the relationship between two persons,
the musician and the dancer, thanks to the interactive processing
environment Pure Data, which enables the dancer to create sounds or
images through sensors attached to different parts of his body.
Therefore, the dancer becomes one of the performers of the sound and
visual creation, by acting on the elements of the scenic environment.
The musician produces the sound material which feeds the dancer's
performance and converses with him. As an "improvisation-driven"
instrument, the sound seeks spaces of freedom in small musical cells.
The visual apparatus project on a mobile screen the echoes of a filmed
image processed by dynamic filters (patch). In constant evolution, the
whole installation explores situations by acting on light components,
the interaction and the processing distributing medias on the different
components of the show.
is in charge of the Pure Data system, of sounds and lights. He's the
director of CHABALAB, association dedicated to digital arts which
regroups artists, researchers, citizens interested in the developpement
and the utilization of technologies in live shows. The goal of this
association is the research, the developpement and the production of
"real-time" applications for artistic and cultural projects, for
plastic installations, Internet, as well as the creation and the
diffusion of digital arts in Marseille.
is the director of La
stassos, association involved in the integration of new
knowledge and technologies coming from Cognitive Sciences in
relationshi with contemporary art forms. "We think that at the heart of
this processis the philosophy of interactive art".
is a musician. He's a co-founder of the Groupe de Recherche et
d'Improvisation Musicales (GRIM). In 1999, he associated
with the author and director Hubert Colas to create "Montévidéo". Among
the most active ones in the field of improvisated music, he multiplies
meetings and contacts with other artistic universes
until the point when the boundaries among all artistic genres becomes
blurry. Opened to all kinds of meetings that can foster the
interference among different ways of expression, his musical approach
is at the borders of sound culture.
is a dancer. She founded the Skalen group in 1999. This group valorizes
the engagement of every artist by the acknowledgment of their status of
author/performer in the creation process. Mich¸le Ricozzi attended
Peter Gross' class in Paris. She also attended an educational
courses and movement analysis courses with Hubert
Godard, at IFEDEM. She worked with the Urban Sax
group, Corinne Lanselle & Faizal Zéghoudi Company and Pascale
Montrouge Company. Since 1997, she pursues in Marseille a research and
experimentation work oriented in human and artistic meetings marking
her path. She taught untill 1999 at Studios du Cours in Marseille
within the framework of State diploma formation.
Almakiewicz is a dancer and a plastic artist. In 2000 he
graduated from the Beaux-Arts School in Marseille. In 2001, he studied dance at EDDC in Ahmeme (Netherlands), and in 2002 he became
dancer of Corps>Capital(e) Company of Christophe Haleb. Since
2004, he's a dance performer and plastic artist. He is co-director of Serge
Ricci's Company projects in Paris.
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