See - listen: this desire for an analogy between audio and visual, the long-cherished dream of synaesthesia, is at the heart of IRCAM Live. The immersive stage designed by José Miguel Fernandez et Raphaël Foulon, and the performance by Eric Raynaud (stage name Fraction) are the result of their artistic research residencies, both carried out in the laboratories at IRCAM in Paris and at the SAT - Société des arts technologiques de Montréal. Aaron Einbond, winner of the European STARTS Residencies program, imagines a world-piano, playing 3D electronics and the very space of the concert hall. The spectator is virtually immersed in the heart of the instrument as "the medium has become the message".
Aaron Einbond composition
LAS PINTAS real-time audiovisual performance**
José Miguel Fernandez composition
Raphaël Foulon video
VECTOR FIELD performance audivisuelle générative **
Fraction (Eric Raynaud) music, sound spatialization, and generative visualss
* Project produced during the STARTS Residencies program with the support of the DG Connect at the European Commission, in the framework of the STARTS Initiative (Science, Technology and the ARTS)
** Project produced during an artistic research residency at IRCAM in collaboration with SAT - Société des arts technologiques de Montréal.
Coproduction: IRCAM/Les Spectacles vivants-Centre Pompidou.
Teaser Las Pintas de José Miguel Fernandez et Raphaël Foulon
- Las Pintas Teaser Las Pintas de José Miguel Fernandez et Raphaël Foulon
Fraction (Eric Raynaud)
- Vector Field Fraction (Eric Raynaud)
- The rise Eric Raynaud