Myriam Bleau – autopsy.glass - Canada / Quebec - 23 September - Myriam Bleau – autopsy.glass - Canada / Quebec - 23 September
"Experimenting with edgy light and sound narratives, manipulative and risky gestures. Novel stuff! "
Integrating elements of hip hop, techno and the more experimental fringe of electronic composition, Montreal musician, multimedia artist and performer Myriam Bleau’s mesmerizing audiovisual performances and sound installations explore the relationship between space, sound and art. At TodaysArt 2016 Bleau showcases two of her latest projects, auditory.glass and Soft Revolvers.
Montreal native Myriam Bleau is a composer, multimedia artist and performer who creates mesmerizing audiovisual systems that transcend the screen. Taking the shape of sound installations and performance specific musical interfaces, her works explore the limits between musical performance and digital arts, and are infused with a hybrid practice that integrates hip hop, techno and the more experimental fringe of electronic composition. At TodaysArt 2016, Bleau showcases two of her latest projects, autopsy.glass and Soft Revolvers. autopsy.glass is an audiovisual performance that explores the sonic, visual and symbolic potential of the wine glass. Through increasingly violent manipulations of amplified glasses, Bleau composes a musical and luminous scene made out of resonances and debris.
This presentation is supported by the General Delegation of Quebec in Brussels.
autopsy.glass is a co-produced by the support of ENCAC.
This project is presented in the framework of We are Europe by Sónar Festival.
Theater aan het Spui - Zaal 1
Canada / Quebec