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upgrade_paris.jpgUpgrade! Paris #11 (version française plus bas): Jérôme Joy and Peter Sinclair present Locus Sonus :: Moderator: Dominique Moulon :: September 22, 6 PM :: Festival Seconde Nature, Fondation Vasarely – 1, Avenue Marcel Pagnol – Aix-en-Provence.

Locus Sonus is a research group specializing in audio art (École Supérieure d’Art d’Aix-en-Provence, École Nationale Supérieure d’Art de Nice Villa Arson, École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Marseille) in association with the research lab in sociology CNRS/MMSH/LAMES – University of Provence. Our objective is to experiment and evaluate the innovative and transdisciplinary nature of audio art forms in combining practical artistic experimentation and critical evaluation in a group context. Two main thematics define this research – audio in it’s relation to space and networked audio systems.
Locus Sonus Lab (2006/2007): Research direction: Jérôme Joy, Peter Sinclair :: Laboratory coordination: Anne Roquigny :: team: Nicolas Bralet, Sabrina Issa, Nicolas Maigret, Esther Salmona, Lydwine Van der Hulst.

Info and archives on: http://incident.net/theupgrade — The Upgrade! Paris sessions are organized by Incident.net. They are public and monthly. Artists, researchers, architects, theorists present during one hour their recent work. Partners: CITU, Ars Longa, Marie Daubert, Upgrade! International.

Upgrade! #11: Jérôme Joy et Peter Sinclair présentent Locus Sonus — Médiateur: Dominique Moulon — Date: Samedi 22 septembre à 18h — Lieu: Festival Seconde Nature, Fondation Vasarely – 1, Avenue Marcel Pagnol – Aix-en-Provence
Locus Sonus est un laboratoire de recherche en art audio (École Supérieure d’Artd’Aix-en- Provence, École Nationale Supérieure d’Art de Nice Villa Arson, ÉcoleSupérieure des Beaux-Arts de Marseille) associé au laboratoire de rechercheCNRS/MMSH/LAMES de l’Université de Provence. Son objectif est d’expérimenter les aspects innovateurs et transdisciplinaires des formes artistiques sonores en combinant l’expérimentation pratique et l’évaluation critique selon deux ax es : audio en espace, audio en réseau.

Locus Sonus Lab (2006/2007): Directions de recherche: Jérôme Joy, Peter Sinclair :: Coordination du laboratoire: Anne Roquigny :: équipe: Nicolas Bralet, Sabrina Issa, Nicolas Maigret, Esther Salmona, Lydwine Van der Hulst.

Jérôme Joy: Compositeur et artiste-enseignant à l’École Nationale Supérieure d’Art de Nice Villa Arson depuis 1992. Après un parcours de performances et de concerts instrumentaux et électroacoustiques, il développe depuis 1995 de nombreux projets en réseau d’envergure internationale, concerts de musique en réseau, databases sonores participatives, projets musicaux entre musique électronique et radiophonie, et des performances musicales qui mettent en jeu des technologies de programmation, systèmes en réseau, improvisation, etc.: Collective JukeBox, picNIC, nocinema.org, PacJap, pizMO, Lib_, Sobralasolas !, etc. http://jeromejoy.org/; http://nocinema.org/.

Peter Sinclair: Né en 1962 en Angleterre, Peter Sinclair enseigne à l’École Supérieure d’Art d’Aix-en-Provence où il est responsable du département son depuis 1996. Peter Sinclair est un artiste principalement connu pour ses installations sonores et ses réalisations utilisant l’audio comme principal médium. Engagé dans des pratiques artistiques liées aux technologies il manipule ces médiums avec un regard critique, parfois ironique, mettant en œuvre des rencontres entre hommes et machines pour créer des situations inédites. Son travail évolue de la mécanique burlesque, en passant par le détournement d’ordinateurs, jusqu’à la performance et des parodies du langage des media modernes via des collaborations en réseau: Soapopera, Heart Break Hotel, Shooter, Rant/Rant Back, Daisy Chain, AVAD, la Fée Électrique, Cosy Disco, etc. http://nujus.net/.

Infos et archives sur: http://incident.net/theupgrade Les sessions The Upgrade! Paris sont organisées par Incident.net. Elles sont publiques et mensuelles; les artistes, chercheurs, architectes, théoriciens présentent pendant une heure leur travail récent. Partenaires: CITU, Ars Longa, Marie Daubert, The Upgrade ! International.


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