Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda presents a live set in the Espace de Projection, in an evening organized in partnership with the Sonic Protest festival. A world-renowned sonic and visual artist, Ikeda was an early member of the Dum Type collective and founded the CCI Recording label. Acclaimed by Ars Electronica in 2001, Ikeda is now a solo artist on the electronic and museum scenes, with unforgettable installations at the Centre Pompidou, the ZKM, the Museum of Contemporary of Tokyo, and Armory Park Avenue, adopting an unmistakably minimal, imposing, and carefully crafted style.
Opening the show is New York composer Ash Fure’s performance ANIMAL, playing with audiovisual synesthesia, and the duo Lise Barkas-Yann Leguay: fusion, turmoil and beats between hurdy-gurdy and electronics.
Augustin Muller, Dionysios Papanikolaou IRCAM Computer music designers
Jérémie Bourgogne, IRCAM sound diffusion
Ryoji Ikeda ultratronics [live set]
Lise Barkas & Yann Leguay Acétylène
Ash Fure ANIMAL
Unfortunately, the Espace de projection is not accessible to people with reduced mobility.
This performance has been identified as a potential seizure trigger (strobe or flashing lights) and is not recommended for people with photosensitive epilepsy.