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__Crossing Border | Border Crossing__
10/10/2017

Art installations and performances by French artists Cyril Lepetit &... More...

____Nuit Blanche 2017____
10/07/2017
"A Clever Rail",  is a piece composed in collaboration with 
09/29/2017
5th edition of the Sonic Dreams international festival of experimental arts and
09/23/2017
acoustic cameras__projet d’annexion sonore__23.09.17 – 23.12.17___Un
___Concert___
09/16/2017
Concert-Performance "À quoi tu joues ?" Samedi 16 septembre à 21h
Treatise on Musical Objects
09/01/2017

Part of the GRM's editorial board for the English translation of Pierre... More...

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Valérie Vivancos

Artist and composer, Valérie Vivancos aka Ocean Viva Silver sailed the Anglo-Saxon artistic and musical undercurrents for 11 years before settling in Paris. Her drifts have led her to the ports of Sète, Liverpool, Lisbon, Copenhagen, San Francisco, New York, Rio, Waterford and Hong Kong as prime locations for drifting and performing. For the last 20 years, her artistic universe has revolved around the corporality of sound and the various states of the "sounding body" ("corps sonore" in the literal and schefferian sense of the word).

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Moments that have duped the certainty of oblivion have found their roots in games and sets of rules, Lorca’s Game and Theory of the Duende, Raymond Roussel’s How I Wrote Most of my Books, Dadaists playfulness, Surrealist quests for Absolute Automantism, John Cage,  Cornelius Cardew and Fluxus’ scores, Henry Lefebvre’s psychogeography that led to the situationist drift, the Dice Man, The palimpsests of Finnegans Wake …

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