As part of the "Supersonic: exhibiting, editing, inhabiting sound" chair, students from the Beaux-Arts de Paris were able to collaborate with young composers from Ircam to compose sound and visual works together and thus imagine a collective exhibition, Orbital Orchestra. This collaboration takes the form of a digital score activated by a central sound device, collectively imagined and programmed by Ircam's computer music producers.
Opening on Wednesday June 16 at 6pm
DOOMS performance by Anaïs Legros, Oren Boneh, Maxime Mantovani and Chucky Schuster at 6:30pm
with the participation of Louise Le Pape, Hashim Mboreha, Bilel Ouannassi, Anaïs Legros
With the students of the Beaux-Arts de Paris :
Inès Cherifi, Pierlouis Clavel, Héloïse Delcros, Sarah Konte, Meret Kraft, Thomas Lefèvre, Anaïs Legros, Marc Lohner and Aliha Thalien
and the young composers of Ircam : Sofia Avramidou, Oren Boneh, Didem Coskunseven and Maxime Mantovani
Within the framework of the Théâtre des Expositions Acte 3, accompanied by Celine Furet and Juliette Hage, curators in residence in the Artists, Exhibition Professions program
The Supersonic Chair is supervised by Vincent Rioux (head of the digital pole), Angelica Mesiti, Julien Prévieux and Julien Sirjacq (artists in charge of the studio) for the Beaux-Arts de Paris, and Grégoire Lorieux and Sébastien Naves (computer music directors in charge of teaching) for Ircam. They are accompanied by Céline Furet and Juliette Hage (curators in residence), Soraya Abdelhouaret and Yucegul Cirak (students in the "Artists & Exhibition Professions" program).
Scenography: Félicie Baguette dit Michael, Salomé Bégou, Chloé Redelinger, students at the Ecole nationale supérieure d'architecture Paris-Malaquais. Graphic design: Chloé Poitevin