Premiere 2018
Date(s)
June 23 and
June 24, 1 p.m.
Location(s)
Centre Pompidou Grande salle
ACCESS PLAN

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This creation, presented as an installation, is the result of a project by Marc Downie and Paul Kaiser, and Natasha Barrett. Familiar with exhibition spaces like the MOMA or the Barclay Center in London, OpenEndedGroup had never counterpointed their exploration of 3D space in a sonic field. Here, they are meeting spatialized composition through Natasha Barrett, its internationally acclaimed master, from Oslo to Linz. On the du Centre Pompidou’s huge stage, covered by a dome of loudspeakers (Ambisonics), the public is invited to experience large-scale "pockets of space" in parallel to the exhibit "Coder le Monde".

3D video and Ambisonics installations, Premiere 2018

OpenEndedGroup (Marc Downie et Paul Kaiser) video
Natasha Barrett music
Benjamin Lévy IRCAM computer music design

In connection with the exhibition "Coder le monde" at the Centre Pompidou.

Free with a ticket to the museum & exhibitions.
Installation ticket provide access to the exhibits "Coder le monde" and "Ryoji Ikeda"  on June 23 & 24.

Coproduction IRCAM/Les Spectacles vivants-Centre Pompidou. With the support of the Interfaces network, supported by the European Union’s Europe Creative program. In the framework of FUTUR.E.S.
  • Natasha Barrett et OpenEndedGroup  © Fernando Lopez-Lezcano
    Natasha Barrett et OpenEndedGroup © Fernando Lopez-Lezcano
  • Natasha Barrett et OpenEndedGroup  © Fernando Lopez-Lezcano
    Natasha Barrett et OpenEndedGroup © Fernando Lopez-Lezcano

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