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Night of digital arts - Hearing gravity

in Mons

  • ANTOINE BERTIN
    OLD SLAUGHTERHOUSES
    DIGITAL INSTALLATION

    Hearing Gravity is a fascinating sound experience. Developed in collaboration with André Füzfa, a relativistic physicist at the University of Namur, the work explores the theme of black holes and the distortion of time by gravity. Located at the intersection of radio drama, immersive theatre and installation, Hearing Gravity is built around a powerful auditory illusion, developed by the artist using binaural recording techniques 19 and...

    ANTOINE BERTIN
    OLD SLAUGHTERHOUSES
    DIGITAL INSTALLATION

    Hearing Gravity is a fascinating sound experience. Developed in collaboration with André Füzfa, a relativistic physicist at the University of Namur, the work explores the theme of black holes and the distortion of time by gravity. Located at the intersection of radio drama, immersive theatre and installation, Hearing Gravity is built around a powerful auditory illusion, developed by the artist using binaural recording techniques 19 and orchestrated by a tailor-made computer programme. Built as closely as possible to science, the work offers the creation of sensory, emotional and mystical links with a reality which, because of its astronomical proportions, seems out of reach. Antoine Bertin listens to the rubbing, the hiatus, the curiosities that emanate from the encounter between science and the senses, environment and sound narration, data and musical compositions..

    ANTOINE BERTIN
    Following a scientific background, Antoine Bertin developed an artistic practice inspired by the exploration of distant spaces and temporalities, through listening. He creates experiences where radiophonic creation, immersive theatre, sensory illusion and installation intersect. His work has been presented at the Tate Britain, Tokyo Palace, NTS radio, Kikk, Blue Dot and Sonar+D festivals.

    A KIKK Festival production, with the support of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, the TRAKK of Namur and the Abattoirs de Bomel

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  • On November 20, 2021