SONIC CINEMA - WEEK #12 · FRIDAY, MAY 26
SONIC CINEMA - WEEK #12 · FRIDAY, MAY 26

SONIC CINEMA - WEEK #12 · FRIDAY, MAY 26

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Fri 26 May From 8:00 PM To 9:45 PM
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35 Rue des Francs Bourgeois, 75004 Paris, France
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SONIC CINEMA - WEEK #12 · Friday, May 26 · 20:00 - 21:45 GENERAL INFORMATION Doors open at 19:50 - please make sure to arrive on time to attend the whole session Tickets on shotgun only - limited capacity Basement -2 35-37 Rue des Francs-Bourgeois, Paris 75004 PROGRAM SCHEDULE Friday, May 26 · 20:00 - 21:45 20:00 - 20:10 Monom Studios Recalibration (4DSOUND installation) 20:10 - 20:40 Llyr (4DSOUND installation) 20:40 - 21:00 (20 min break) Monom Studios Recalibration (4DSOUND installation) 21:00 - 21:40 Soundwalk Collective w/ Charlotte Gainsbourg feat Atom™, Lyra Pramuk, Paul B. Preciado, Willem Dafoe I Lovotic (4DSOUND installation) ABOUT SONIC CINEMA To visit Sonic Cinema is to enter a liminal zone - a ‘space of possibles’ where Spatial Sound fundamentally enhances and alters the ways stories are told and experienced. A pure sonic experience, set in complete darkness - the Sonic Film is a film that the audience inhabits and experiences with their whole body. Uninhibited by the visual sense with its defined boundaries, this new medium enhances one's physiological experience, vastly expanding possibilities for narrative creation and embodiment. Before each session you will be able to experience a Recalibration by Monom Studios to tune in your senses. This moment will serve to sharpen our attention and in particular our ability to listen more deeply, to listen with the whole body. For more information about Monom Studios follow them on instragram: @monomstudios and visit their website: www.monomsound.com ABOUT THE ARTISTS Llyr Llyr makes music and sonic ecosystems using field recordings, advanced studio techniques and classic synthesis. With one foot in the rave and the other committed to widescreen dynamics, dancefloor bangers sit side-by-side with textural ambient, sweeping harmonies and freeform electronica. A protagonist of total audio immersion, he has worked with headphone-only “3D” music as well as multi-channel surround. Llyr’s debut LP on Max Cooper’s Mesh, ‘Biome’ is constructed from a library of sounds collected in the rainforests of Borneo – an expansive documentation of natural beauty and human interference. According to Loud & Quiet, “Llyr has mastered the balancing act of a high-concept album on his first go, an impressive ambient-techno hybrid that uses the rainforest as its playground”. This follows his contribution to Mesh’s binaural 3D Reworks series. Llyr was jointly responsible for bringing the iconic Lemur touchscreen media controller to iOS and Android, allowing countless music acts to express themselves live on stage and real-time control of immersive sound systems like 4DSOUND. Lemur recently enabled the first-ever live jam between Earth and orbit, where astronaut Dr. Alexander Gerst, aboard the ISS, performed a duet with Kraftwerk in front of a live audience. Llyr takes inspiration from the surrounding world, channelling it into evocative experiences both visceral and thought-provoking. With a focus on creating rich, layered music his work rewards repeat listens. Soundwalk Collective w/ Charlotte Gainsbourg feat Atom™, Lyra Pramuk, Paul B. Preciado, Willem Dafoe Lovotic is a new field of research that seeks to explore and develop the possibilities of sexual and emotional relationships, and even love, between humans and robots. Soundwalk Collective interrogates the impulses, ideas, and needs underlying this research and ventures into a future where sex, intimacy, and desire are reformulated through the intertwined connection of humans, robotics, and artificial intelligence.⁠ ⁠Human identity in an age of hybrid entanglement of the human and the machine requires and enables the construction of new forms of intimacy, gender, and sexuality. At present, however, we use such technologies primarily to produce programs of limited sexual iterations without questioning preformatted categories of gender and sexuality upheld in the interest of bio-political and economic appropriation. In contrast, Soundwalk Collective, together with actors Charlote Gainsbourg and Willem Dafoe , queer theorist Paul B. Preciado, and musicians Lyra Pramuk and Atom™, who contribute texts, sounds, and voices, ask whether the future of intimacy could rather be an exponentially expanding kaleidoscope of sexuality. Throughout the piece, gender-blurring voices of various post-human entities allow a new language to emerge, which is generated by self-learning algorithms based on a database of excerpts from 20th century studies and literary texts on sexuality and gender. Charlotte Gainsbourg, in the spotlight from an early age thanks to her illustrious parents – Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birken – Charlotte Gainsbourg has gone on to have an accomplished career of her own as an award-winning actress and singer-songwriter. Soundwalk Collective is an experimental collective loosely based in New York City and Berlin, but with a nomadic approach that has taken them around the world in their passion for sonic exploration, anthropology, and psycho-geography. ⁠Atom ™, Uwe Schmidt (a.k.a AtomTM, Atom Heart, and Señor Coconut) is a celebrated and ceaselessly prolific electronic music producer working under an ever-changing array of pseudonyms and personalities. Lyra Pramuk fuses classical vocalism, pop sensibilities, performance practices, and contemporary club culture in what can best be described as futurist folk music. She began releasing music independently on Soundcloud over four years ago, with her voice accompanied by minimal instrumentation and nearly imperceptible effects. Paul B. Preciado is a writer, philosopher, curator and one of the leading thinkers in the study of gender and body politics. Willem Dafoe, having made over one hundred films in his legendary career, Willem Dafoe is internationally respected for bringing versatility, boldness, and daring to some of the most iconic films of our time. His artistic curiosity in exploring the human condition leads him to projects all over the world, large and small, Hollywood films as well as independent cinema. ______________________________________________ FAQ What is SPATIAL sound?⁠ Spatial sound is a term to describe the way we have evolved to perceive space through sound - it refers to the way we hear sound naturally in the world around us, in all its complexity and depth. From above, below, around us, through and within us. The perfect spatial sound experience is the one we experience every day. When we refer to spatial sound technology, this is technology that aims to recreate this effect.⁠ ______________________________________________ PLEASE NOTE We advise coming 10 prior to the start of the sessions to enjoy a Recalibration by Monom Studios For a better experience we recommend having cell phones turned off as light can distract from the experience. If you need to leave the room in the middle of the session, please do so in silence. No cash accepted for the tickets, all the tickets are sold only on shotgun. Possibility to buy directly at the beginning of the event on shotgun. Spatial Sound by MONOM Studios Production: 3537 Technology: 4DSOUND Thanks to Dover Street Market Paris Visual identity by Studio Doppelgänger

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electro
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35 Rue des Francs Bourgeois, 75004 Paris, France