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79 contaminations

Massecar • d'Orion duo

This secret work was inspired by spy films to develop strategies for disseminating excerpts from Roland Barthes' Fragments d'un discours amoureux.

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Infiltration & fiction in the South West of Montreal

Project developed from 01/04/2015 to 30/09/2015

Finishing on Wednesday September 30, 2015

5pm to 9pm at the DARE-DARE trailer

Performative debriefing at 7pm

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79 contaminations (in videos)

Érick d'Orion is an audio, installation and new media artist, self-taught composer/musician, sound designer for the performing arts and audio curator residing in Quebec City since 1993. Focusing much of his audio research on digital maximalism, d'Orion's work is closely related to noise, musique concrète, free jazz and electroacoustic music. He is a member of the duo morceaux_de_machines, the trio BOLD (with Alexis Bellavance and Nicolas Bernier) and the trio Napalm Jazz as well as a multitude of had hoc formations. He has performed in concert with renowned artists: Evan Parker, Martin Tétreault, Otomo Yoshihide, Robin Fox, Ilpo Vaisanen, Diane Labrosse, Alexandre Saint-Onge, Bernard Falaise, Sam Shalabi, Gunter Muller, eRikm, etc. He also designs the sound environment and music for new media projects, film, theater and dance.

Catherine Lalonde Massecar has been working in the field of interdisciplinary arts for the past fifteen years as an artist-researcher, curator, and lecturer. She is particularly interested in the intimate relationship between the work and the viewer, and in relational possibilities. Her live art projects have taken the form of nano-performances, site-specific tours, and interactive installations. She is the founder and artistic director of Péristyle Nomade, a company dedicated to the research and creation of new artistic practices in the public space. She also holds a master's degree from the Université du Québec à Montréal, the subject of which is artistic infiltration and the fragmentation of dramaturgy in urban territory. /