DOUBLE IMMERSIVE FEATURE
FOR THE SATOSPHERE
Immersive short films that will take you to the heart of the human body : of its movements, its structure, its spirit and memories… Featuring “IRM” (Bruno Ribeiro – FR), a bright and synesthetic choreography referring to medical imaging experiences, followed by “FRAGMENTS” (collectif RFID – UK), an exploration of our relationship with memories, woven through an ever-evolving narrative structure.
The works were created as part of Symposium ix.
Tuesday to Friday – 7pm
Ticket: 15$ (taxes included)
Duration : 25 min
IRM is an audiovisual projection by Bruno Ribeiro, aka Noshita.
IRM (french for MRI) refers to a medical imaging technique that provides 2D and 3D views of the interior of the human body. The artist aims to transform the Satosphere into a gigantic scanner. He mixes video footage of a dancer with computer-generated sounds and graphics for a performance intended as a luminous and kinaesthetic choreography.
Artiste : Bruno Ribeiro AKA Nohista (FR)
Fragments is an exploration of our relationship with memories. How recollected fragments are woven into an ever changing narrative, and emotionally charged events become managed as ordered information.
What we remember as reality can be seen as a complex, interwoven construction of these partials and the stories they become. The piece is built around a series of audio interviews with subjects who recall significant past experiences, which have been heavily abstracted.
Artistes : Will Young, Ben Gannaway and Jake Williams
Project supported by the FRIMAS 2014
Operation initiated by the Consulat général de France à Québec and the Institut français.