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international festival
of digital creativity
and electronic music
Édition 18
2227.08
2017
Montréal
Québec
Canada

Alexis Langevin-Tétrault CA

INTER_CONNECT London: This Wheel's on Fire
23 de agosto de 2017, 21:30 - 00:45
Interférences (String Network): 21:30 - 21:50
Quién
El compositor, músico y artista de performance con base en Montreal, Alexis Langevin-Tétrault, también conocido como Alexeï Kawolski, actúa también en los grupos QUADr, Falaises, BetaFeed y Recepteurz
Estilo
Composiciones electroacústicas, performance audiovisual con componente físico, electrónica minimalista
Sellos
Kalmar
Últimos Trabajos
Politics (2016, en tant qu'Alexeï Kawolski), la compilation Métamorphoses Biennal (2016)
Más
Colaborador habitual de Langevin-Tétrault, el músico y artista digital Lucas Paris diseñó y construyó las luces para Interférences (String Network)
MUTEKs
Montréal: 2017, 2016, with QUADr; Vancouver MUTEK Cabaret: 2015, with BetaFeed
Enlaces
Website
Vimeo
Chateau Ephémères

In refined electroacoustic compositions and experiments in digital audio technologies – and unique new instruments that combine the two – Alexis Langevin-Tétrault reveals his meticulous approach to exploring synth sounds, sound timbre and conceptual concepts that couple music with social and political issues.

Langevin-Tétrault integrates dynamics of live music from post-rock and acousmatic sound explorations into electronic music genres that don't often venture into such performative territory. His collaborative work with groups such as QUADr and BetaFeed (with artists Lucas Paris, Pierre-Luc Lecours and Myriam Boucher) fuses experimental music to its technological means and to audiovisual performance, using objects-turned-instruments, foley techniques, modular synthesizers, graphics tablets and visual projections to build an abstract and intense narrative. Yet his musical practice comes down to pure sound in his award-winning solo electroacoustic compositions, tangling with octophonic variations of a single sound, rhizomatic writing and sound hybridisation. He applies a similarly deft ear in his work in sound design for theatre, film and video, and video games. Meanwhile, under the moniker Alexeï Kawolski, he's prolifically self-released experimental minimal electronic albums since 2009, inspired by politics, acts of resistance and literature by Dostoevsky and Camus.

Langevin-Tétrault offers an action-oriented allegory of freedom in our modern interconnected world by progressively building Interférences (String Network) on stage: a unique and imposing audiovisual string instrument that interprets his electro-acoustic composition in real-time while setting off an audio-reactive play of light.

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