Phono-visual sequences

Coming from an experimental approach linked to improvisation and the appropriation of objects and tools (from Indian ink to CCTV cameras), EYEAR offers a high-angle perspective to make listening and watching spaces coincide, from a common source.

Working with a strict economy of means, EYEAR is articulated presently around four phono-visual settings seeking to explore in an improvised manner a tangible "elsewhere", at one and the same time wild and dream-like, rough and sweet, fascinating and close at hand.

As the sequences develop, the relationships between sounding and plastic arts gestures define themselves, and a genuine duo emerges.