Wednesday 22 May 2019 ↦ à 19h30
Explore the Inouï with Knud Viktor
An evening proposed by Nightowl (Julie Michel and Olivier Crabbé)
"With the sound, we are transported in the world that we are listening. That's why I say that I bang my head when I want to go into a mouse hole. After a while, we live with what we do. We stay there flat belly. We forget his own size and we live with what's going on. Knud Viktor (1925-2013) is Danish and it was in the early 1960s that he moved to the south of the Luberon.
(Automatically translated with Google Translate)
For nearly 50 years, he recorded the rustling of the world and the beings who share with him this microcosm. He is very early witnessing the destruction of ecosystems. Capture forces that combine with groping. Amplify, by sampling, slowing, repetition of sensations. A dive in the thrilling and vibratory world of Knud Viktor: The evening will begin in the museum rooms by an immersive course through its sounds and images, followed by the projection of a documentary in progress and a discussion.