Til Berg | Cyrille Henry

May 3, 2012 - May 13, 2012 00:00

Stazione Leopolda di Firenze | IT


Within the project POST ELETTRONICA
curated by Valentina Gensini and Letizia Renzini

In tribute to John Cage, the project POST ELETTRONICA investigates territories of “post-electronic” experimentation revealing Cage’s contemporary inheritance and presenting artists who share a dramatic and gestural use of new technologies. Hybrid works that combine music, video, performance, sculpture, sound, noise become vocabularies of a composite language in which the management of advanced software is combined with the artifact in an attempt to dissolve the conceptual approach towards the involvement of the viewer.

(In) Sub Ordination I is a visual installation which retrieves a visible breathing from the environmental sound and the acoustic of the exhibition hall.


Til Berg, alias of Gilbert Nouno, is visual artist who lives and works in Paris and Rome. From music and sounds, he draws abstract and minimalist moving shapes, where a reconstruction of gestures and movements breaks free. He combines digital art technologies and scientific influences. The transdisciplinary nature of his work is a culmination of his confrontations with various artists within different styles and fields of expression: graphic and visual arts, jazz, avant-garde music and dance.
Cyrille Henry is a multidisciplinary artist and developer who lives and works in Paris. Cyrille Henry evolves at the intersection between art, computer and scientific research. His work combines the use of sensors, motion analysis, physical modeling, image generation, visual and sound synthesis in real time. He is a founding member of the project chdh which audiovisual performances occur regularly in France and in Europe. He has collaborated with dance companies and other artists for the realization of installations and interactive stage devices.












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