How to listen to sound without less modifications possible? It is in this question that lies the stakes of the work of Olivier Toulemonde. Invited during Bien Urbain 6 (L’OREILLE EN BOUCLE, as part of Parcours, promenades sonores), the artist from Besançon came back this year with Conduites, an installation made of pipes!
Bien Urbain 7
1 month : From 20th may to 17th June 2017
Place : mobile
Associate artist : OX (FR)
13 guest artists : Alias Ipin (FR), Bla+ (FR), Ekta (SWE), Ericailcane (IT), ESPO Stephen Powers (US), Sasha Kurmaz (UA), Jordan Seiler (US), Diana Sirianni (IT), Cie Spina (IT), LN Surfil (FR), OX (FR), Olivier Toulemonde (FR), The Wa (FR)
For over 20 years, Olivier Toulemonde’s working listening, the research and the sound improvisation in connection with the place where it is located. The relationship between the body of the musician, tools or instruments that it uses and space and its acoustic features open up many possibilities that it operates in a sensitive and curious way. OU Olivier Toulemonde’s work is concerned with the way in which sound is propagated and perceived – by hearing and also by the body – in a given space. His interventions intrigue and invite to experiment listening. He realizes for Bien Urbain a sound installation to follow, inspired by the phone ancestor and composed of long pipes whispering to your ear.