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Live Stage: Tribute to “Electronic Poem” [fr online]

ancel_04_final.jpg1958 – 2008: from Philips Pavilion to Explorer ArtTribute to “Electronic Poem” by Le Corbusier, Xenakis, and Varèse by Franck Ancel, Vincent Epplay, and Derrick Giscloux :: October 26, 2008; 6:00 – 7:00 pm :: La Tourette to Internet (streaming link to be posted here).

“Electronic poem” was conceived during the World Fair of Brussels, closed the last weekend of the fair in October 1958. The “Electronic poem” was a multimedia projection in the fleeting Philips House that Le Corbusier and Xenakis built the same period the Convent of the Tourette*, and Ancel will attempt to evoke the exploration of a numerical poetry from this same building. After celebrating under this contextual form last year … Ancel will light up these historic passages in art while connecting them in the big tradition of the video performances from the time of Dan Graham.

Already in 2003 in an interactive projection with the cultural Center of The Tourette, the sections of glass ondulatoires of Xenakis of the Convent will participate once more in this new creation — somewhere between the poetry of the straight angle of Le Corbusier and the dream of a “World-radio poem” of Varèse.

An event outside the beaten paths signed by Franck Ancel. Collaborations with Vincent Epplay (Parisian sonorous artist), Derrick Giscloux (Lyonese numerical artist), with local businesses such as Webcastor, but also in exchange with artists from universities, like Vincenzo Lombardo (coordinator of the “Virtual Electronic Poem”) from Turin.

Franck Ancel lives in Paris. He has thus organized and coordinated symposiums, expositions, and performances in cooperation with associations and institutions. The last one was a retrospective on Jacques Polieri, « the creator of modern scenography », at the National Library in Paris. Since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Ancel has set up an interactive, participative triptych, « A.I.T. », probing architecture, image and technology on 20th Century heritage sites. In 2005, he concluded a cycle of five presentations for five continents entitled « From Scenography to the Planetary Network » with its world premiere being broadcast live on the Internet from a plane travelling between Shanghai and Munich. It analyzes his practice through theoretical reflection, in texts for magazines or at the time lectures. It produces and creates also multiples of art that remix as material tracks its research. It questions the classical borders, while projecting in the contemporary space, a placement in networks of data post-medias.

Vincent Epplay, plasticien/musical, elaborates a placement work in game between the matérial nature of the sound and its methods of broadcasting/reception. Developing a practice that lends itself at once to the visual arts and to the electronic music, it questions the reports his/picture, the broadcasting context (lasted, place), and the report to the audio spectator.

Derrick Giscloux is a musician and a composer. His picture work carries itself essentially on the modification in real time of the video pictures of the scene of a spectacle or of a multimedia installation. Then the continuation of video pictures “in movement” is projected on film screen simultaneously to the obtained scene.


Oct 21, 2008
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