nAnalog (CA)

The three members of Montreal collective nAnalog, Gabriel Coutu-Dumont, Mathieu St-Arnaud and David Fafard, explore the syncretism of image and sound and create a listening environment by crossbreeding installation and performance with advanced elements of computer programming. For MUTEK 2005, they've prepared a specific version of AUTO_SAVE, a performance that operates as a type of synthesis of Séminaires (a series of workshop-productions they began in 2003). Placing particular emphasis on the 'live' aspect of their work, this trio's new performance proposes an intervention deep within the memory of their collective as well as memory in itself. Through a definitive narrative reconstruction of 16mm audiovisuals exposed by Séminaires, AUTO_SAVE functions on the (progressively defective) reintroduction to a certain collective nostalgia.

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Ex-Centris 01/06/2005

The three members of Montreal collective nAnalog, Gabriel Coutu-Dumont, Mathieu St-Arnaud and David Fafard, explore the syncretism of image and sound and create a listening environment by crossbreeding installation and performance with advanced elements of computer programming. For MUTEK 2005, they've prepared a specific version of AUTO_SAVE, a performance that operates as a type of synthesis of Séminaires (a series of workshop-productions they began in 2003). Placing particular emphasis on the 'live' aspect of their work, this trio's new performance proposes an intervention deep within the memory of their collective as well as memory in itself. Through a definitive narrative reconstruction of 16mm audiovisuals exposed by Séminaires, AUTO_SAVE functions on the (progressively defective) reintroduction to a certain collective nostalgia.

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