Lynn Pook + Julien Clauss

>An intimist sound & touch arrangement for five

>From 29 sept. to 1th oct. | Maison de la Villette | 8.00 pm – 1.00 am

What if skin had ears too?
The interactive arrangement is made of five hammocks equipped with sound — eighty vibrating loudspeakers — in which visitors coil in search of new sensory experiences. Skin is a very sensitive surface and a wide — but yet unexplored — sound territory. As sound vibrations move over the spectator’s skin, a new perception of his (or her) body as a volume emerges.
Lynn Pook is a young Franco-German artist. She mostly focuses her research on the body, the individual and its perception. She has been exploring sound installations and the tactile dimension of sound since 2002. For “Pause”, she has worked in partnership with sound and plastic artist Julien Clauss; her work is organised along three main directions: sound engineering, electro acoustic music composition and acoustic research.
Production : Dédale – new artistic forms and new medias, Ars NuméricaWith support of : DICRéAM – Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication
Thanks : Atelier de construction de la Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe / Sellerie Herrenchnecht / Mauricio Sallas / Mathias May / Paul Modler / Cécile Noël

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