MUTEK LIVE of the week : 318 - 320
Every year, during the festival, we record the performances to let you relive those unique moments shared on the dance floor. This week, we explore the audiovisual field with Joël Lavoie & Guillaume Vallée, Kyoka, Kyoka & Shohei Fujimoto.
Joël Lavoie & Guillaume Vallée
By manipulating sound and visual landscapes in real-time, the artists explore new hybridizations between both digital and analog processing and reproduction systems. Through this project, they investigate the various affective modes that influence our perception.
In this dynamic live set, she unveils a work in progress, inviting the audience into an interactive and immersive musical experience that will ignite her inspiration to refine and finalize her music for an awe-inspiring release.
Kyoka & Shohei Fujimoto
Through MRI data and brainwave (EEG) acquisition as well as the recourse to music theory inspired by neurosciences ("New Music Syntax"), Kyoka and Shohei Fujimoto attempt to illustrate the resonance between the brain and the self by treating the information obtained by these processes from a perspective other than science.