A/Visions

The festival’s signature, multi-sensorial series

June 11, 2019
A/Visions

A/Visions moves into the stately and distinguished concert hall of the Maisonneuve Theatre in the Place des Arts

X/Visions

August 21, 2019 — from 8pm to 10pm
Where the focus is usually on cutting-edge audiovisual works, Wednesday night will kick off the series with X/Visions, a variation meant to differentiate a lineup devoid of screens and projections, but teeming with theatrical sights and sonics. Tim Hecker & Konoyo Ensemble meld the ancient instrumentation and composition style of imperial Japanese gagaku court music with contemporary electronic flair, creating a heightened conversation between eras—and between the acoustic and digital. Composer Kazuya Nagaya opens the concert surrounded by over 200 traditional Japanese instrument bowls, whose sacred properties and resonances he distills through his laptop.
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Kazuya Nagaya — © MUTEK Mexico

A/Visions 1

August 22, 2019 — from 7pm tp 9pm
On Thursday two world premieres: Ryoichi Kurokawas powerful 3D data renderings of ruins, subassemblies, is paired with the monolithic single channel A/V show, Jetlag, by Russian duo 404.zero—accompanied by a live, modular synth soundtrack.
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A/Visions 2

August 23, 2019 — from 7pm to 9pm
Friday, the magick music of former Coil and Psychic TV member Drew McDowall converges with the sublime visual fancies of Florence To for a presentation of Time Machines—joining the meditative and divine Equivalents audiovisual performance from loscil.
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fuse* present Dökk — © Enrico Maria Bertani 

A/Visions 3

August 24, 2019 — from 7pm to 9pm
Italian artist collective fuse* present Dökk on Saturday evening, a spectacular elaborate choreography of movement that combines a dancer, real-time heartbeat and social media data, and video into a digital-human environment meant to induce empathy. Also on the bill, the immaculate minimalist sound artists France Jobin and Richard Chartier performing DUO with visuals by TouchDesigner wizard Markus Heckmann.
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Théâtre Maisonneuve — Place des Arts

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