Interférence (String Network) is a 20 minutes audiovisual performance that explores the possibilities of embodiment of an electroacoustic work in real time through gestural interaction with a unique device. On stage, an audioreactive play of light unfolds gradually: Alexis Langevin-Tétrault builds a network of strings with which he interacts to create a sound universe between the industrial noise, electronica and acousmatic music. Through the staging of corporality and the dialectical relationship between the human and the machine, the work presents an allegory of the globalized and interconnected modern world in which the individual seeks to derive meaning from his experience and attempts to preserve its freedom of action.
Alexis Langevin-Tétrault : Concept, device manufacturing, audio and lights programming, composition and performance
Lucas Paris : Help with lights design and manufacturing
Nicolas Bernier : Advice on artistic direction
Anne Thériault : Advice on dramaturgy
This project was made possible by the support of Conseil des Arts et Lettres du Québec (CA), Château Éphémère – Fabrique sonore et numérique (FR), Université de Montréal (CA), the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (CA), Fonds de Recherche Science et Culture du Québec (CA), Exhibitronic Festival (FR) and Centre national de création musicale Césaré (FR).
Supported by the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec