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In this piece, a landscape is transformed into a musical score where plants and architecture are a source of graphic and sonic transcriptions.
How can scientific research be translated so as to make it universally accessible?
A number of artists have found creative inspiration in their quest to penetrate the scientific consciousness, to extract the sensitive part of these phenomena, and share with us an interpretation and a poetic dialogue of this data.
Artist Julien Poidevin and the artists from the LAAB collective explore in this installation microphenomena in our everyday environment.
Three works by Julien Poidevin are being presented.
Anfas (Breaths), composed of 21 digital prints and silk-screen printing. Chuchotement (Lovers) presents graphic transcriptions of sound. City Score provides a sonic landscape of the town of Enghien-Les-Bains in a poetic dialogue between the within and the without.
Nicolas Bralet, François Collin and Sabrina Issa from the LAAB collective have devised an installation entitled Trio pour montée de sève orchestrated by plants fitted with a sensor that measures the variation in sap rising in vegetation. The visitor is able to hear the interaction between the plants and their environment, like a vegetal chorus arranged around a pond inviting spectators to literary browsings …