Secret Rhythms – Artificiel’s Three Pieces with Titles

As is always the case, this past summer’s edition of MUTEK Montreal offered a broad survey of audiovisual performance approaches and aesthetics. Quite notably, this included the return of artificiel to the A/Visions program across two projects; Jimmy Lakatos teamed up with the Mexican electronic musician Murcof to present work modelling the music of the cosmos, while Alexandre Burton and Julien Roy (the other two-thirds of the group) presented Three Pieces with Titles, a new piece commissioned to premiere in Montreal – and now its second iteration will be presented at MUTEK.MX this Saturday. In the past artificiel have used a zapping Tesla coil, flashing light bulbs, and the manipulation of a Rubik's Cube to generate sound and image, here they return to the computer vision-driven setup of that latter projects and discover the world of secret rhythms within an eclectic collection of objects.

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