Composer and stage artist Alexis Langevin-Tétrault's work brings together devices he has meticulously crafted, kinetic physical performances, scenographic and dramaturgic components, critical and meticulous use of digital audio technologies, studies of timbre, and explorations of conceptual and social themes. His work has been presented internationally at more than 100 events—including at MUTEK Montreal, MUTEK Japan, and MUTEK Barcelona, as well as Ars Electronica, ISEA, L.E.V., Transart, ADAF, Biennale WRO, Intonal, Biennale NÉMO, NEXT, Électrons Libres Scopitone, BIAN-Elektra, Akousma, Transient, Visions of the future, Mois Multi, Sines & Squares, and Espace du son—and Alexis has received awards around the world from Foundation Destellos in 2014 and 2015; the SOCAN Foundation in 2015; and Exhibitronic, International Electroacoustic Music Week, and Musiques & Recherches in 2016.
Langevin-Tétrault will present the world premiere of Hypercube (one), a live 22-minute audiovisual performance. Through his interactions with a one-of-a-kind device, he converts his physical movements and exertions into a melding of sound and light. This project allows him to continue to push the limits of an approach that marries the corporeal with electronic music and digital art, resulting in an intimate, contrast-filled piece.
In his work, composer and stage artist Alexis Langevin-Tétrault uses one-of-a-kind, self-made devices to unleash physical performances that are kinetic, highly visual, and always musical. As part of a world premiere, he will present Hypercube (one), a 22-minute live audiovisual performance that will push the limits of his approach.
Alexis Langevin-Tétrault is a composer, sound artist, and performer who goes by many monikers and is part of several projects: Falaises, DATANOISE, QUADr, ILEA, BetaFeed, Alexeï Kawolski, and Recepteurz.
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Alexeï Kawolski: Politics EP (2016); Alexis Langevin-Tétrault: "Interférences (String Network)" (2018), "Falaises" (2017); "DATANOISE" (2018)
Alexis Langevin-Tétrault's Interférences (String Network) performance is centered around a device he created made up of sensors and ropes which are pulled to manipulate a soundscape.