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Yuri Suzuki|| Looks like music

Yuri Suzuki – Looks Like Music
Mudam Publics Summer Project

Curated by Nadine Erpelding
Production by Dentaku Ltd
Sound Programming by Mark McKeague

Pour son projet d’été, le département publique du Mudam a invité le créateur japonais Yuri Suzuki à concevoir Looks like Music, une installation audiovisuelle basée sur son travail Colour Chaser. Il est composé d’un robot miniature qui détecte et suit un circuit – une ligne noire tracée au stylo marqueur – entrecoupés de points de référence de couleur que l’appareil traduit en son. Le public est invité à contribuer activement à la mise au point de l’installation dans l’espace d’exposition en étendant le circuit dessiné sur le papier. Les visiteurs participent ainsi à la création d’une œuvre d’art à grande échelle et enrichissent une pièce sonore composée collectivement. Une série d’événements et d’ateliers ont accompagné le projet au cours du mois d’Août.

For its summer project, Mudam’s Publics Department invited the Japanese creator Yuri Suzuki to conceive Looks Like Music, an audiovisual installation based on his work Colour Chaser. This consists of a miniature robot which detects and follows a circuit – a black line traced in marker pen – interspersed with coloured reference points that the device translates in sound. The public is invited to actively contribute to the development of the installation in the exhibition space by extending the circuit drawn on paper. Visitors thus participate in the creation of a large-scale artwork and enrich a collectively composed sound piece. A series of events and workshops accompanies the project during the month of August.

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John Franzen ||Each line one BReath

EACH LINE ONE BREATH – Travail de John Franzen

John Franzen (1981) est né à Aachen, en Allemagne de parents infirmiers.
À 7 ans, il a grandi en Belgique. Plus tard, il fréquente l’Académie des Beaux-Arts de Maastricht aux Pays-Bas de 2002-2007, où il a obtenu un Diplôme Supérieur d’Art.
John Franzen à travaillé dans diverses disciplines et matériaux, il se concentre aujourd’hui sur le thème et la production de trames complexes, mettant l’accent sur la primordialité inhérente.
Aujourd’hui, il vit et travaille à Maastricht au Pays-Bas et en tant qu’artiste et concepteur.

2011 – ongoing 

« In the best case… and for this reason I draw … it’s as if the universe vibrates on my skin and wakes up a powerful emotion inside my body. It’s like I’m listening to the inaudible sound of the energy in the universe which flows around and through me . This triggers a feeling of conjunction with incomparable originality. I disappear completely as a person or thing and I merge completely this bare energy to merge with the whole being. » 

 

« … When I draw, I draw the void. Not the line. I focus on the nothingness around the line. It is a sort of meditation. My mind is clear. My focus is on the mere moment. There is only this one moment. Every time the same moment.

Everything else is still. Never thoughts are louder and feelings profounder than in this moment. My mind transcends into bare presence. Personality becomes formless and nameless. With each breath the emptiness is filled more and more. 

With every line I get closer to my real origin… »

 

Conceptual description:

« Each line one breath » titles a limited edition of 50 freehand drawings, which focuses on an artistic and graphic interpretation of evolution through the use of simple drawn lines. The edition starts from the premise that the initiation of any drawing, its fundamental prerequisite – a line – coincides with the most basic and transcendental state of life, the perception of breathing. In extent, I abstain from any kind of redundant artistic strategies such as figuration or the social, political, economic or cultural meaning within the work. By only focusing on a scientific framework and context, I aspire to reach that very bottom of essentiality I am looking for. Starting with a straight line, I draw each following sequence by copying the character of the previous. I concentrate on breathing and focus on drawing the successor. Again and once more. Again and again. In the process of drawing, my lines evolve into a kind of logarithmic pattern and layering, steered merely by aberrances and anomalies of human failure in contrast to the precision of a machine.

The resulting artworks are reminiscent of a wave-motion-pattern transporting energy through space-time, such as any electromagnetic wave, or the pattern of a DNA-replication. Lines and layers are like a primordial code or anatomic pattern assembling, arranging and composing the manifestation of energy and matter.

Lines are everywhere to find. In waves of sound and light, in water and dunes, growth rings and lines of trees, skin and stratum, tree formations in the forest, the falling rain, the grass luffing in the wind.

The consecutive synthesis of lines bedded next to each other depicts an allegory to the stratification of constant transmission and fusion of matter. 

Any kind of an existence to me is the materialized conclusion of these very basic forces.

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Turntables drawings

prototype de Ally Mobbs

installation de Robert Howsare

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Sonja Hinrichsen || Snow Drawing

janvier 2012

Colorado,USA

L’artiste allemande Sonja Hinrichsen fait du snow drawing.  Accompagnée de plusieurs personnes, ils marchent dans des champs encore vierges pour faire des dessins vu du ciel.

 

 

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