Live improvisation with the EMUPO system and guests at the Computer Music Center of Columbia, New-York (May 18th, 2012).
Performers : Joris Ruhl, Clément Canonne & Roméo Monteiro (EMUPO interactive system), Sean Ali (double bass), Jérémy Bruyère (double bass), Carlo Costa (percussions), Joe Hertenstein (percussions).
Extract of a concert following the workshop given at the Columbia university and many other events organized by the ImproTech Team, dedicated to the exploration of the links between musical improvisation and digitaltechnologies.
Presentation at “Médiathèque de Vaise” in Lyon. With the support of: Hessische Theaterakademie, Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft Gießen, Stadt Gießen.
“On one hand I wanted to show the materiality of an emotion (like in this case, grief) but also the transformation of the perception of the world that changes radically when one is struck by very strong emotions or struggles with them. I have related this transformation of the world by the mere perception to the idea of romantic landscape paintings that very often try to capture a certain extreme emotional double-reaction towards nature as the most strange and the most familiar thing in the world.” Sarah Bahr
Video : Sarah Bahr / Sound : Clément Canonne / Actor, Musician : Roméo Monteiro