AN EXPERIENCE OF THE ALCHEMY BETWEEN
MOVEMENT, IMAGE AND SOUND
Imagine a man standing in a pool, alone in the Satosphere and connected to an apparatus of cameras, speakers and sensors. You will be surrounded by a hypersensitive musical bubble, in which projections, water and movement resonate with each other…
At times contemplative, at times tumultuous, this 360° experience will unfold around you like a collective immersive adventure full of poetry.
Co-presented by Tangente Danse, the Society for Arts and Technology and Danse-Cité.
October 11 to 21 – Tuesday to Friday – 7 PM ( 6pm on October 21th )
Regular rate : 27,50$ (including web service fees) – Purchase your tickets online here (and at the SAT)
Length : 60 minutes
After he obtains his Bachelor of Arts degree, Peter Trosztmer studies contemporary dance at Concordia University. He then moves to Toronto to continue his education at the Toronto Dance Theater. A talented performer, he collaborates with numerous national and international choreographers. As a choreographer, Trosztmer create four critically acclaimed solo pieces that are twice selected as the year’s “top” chart in La Presse (2006) and Voir (2012).
The multimedia works in which he collaborates win numerous prizes. Peter defines himself as a creator offering sensitive, thoughtful and physically studied work. He was recently chosen as one of the three choreographers participating in Triptych, an event by Circuit-Est (Montréal), Le Domaine Opéra (Bassano – Italie) and The Dance Center (Vancouver).
Zack Settel completed a BFA in music composition at the California Institute of the Arts, where he studied under Leonard Stein, Morton Subotnick, Mel Powell and Morton Felman. His interest in using technology for music production and performance brings him in Paris in 1986, supported by a Fulbright scholarship for research in computer assisted music and composing. He studies at the IRCAM (Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique), his research supervised by Pierre Boulez.
In addition to being a full time composer, Settel is now based in Montreal at the Faculty of Arts and Science of the University of Montreal, where he teaches and conducts research. His most recent musical research and compositions have been constructed around spatial music and 3D interaction, with signal processing and synthesis systems being at the center of the performance space.