In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Centre Pompidou and IRCAM, the Japanese artist and fog sculptor Fujiko Nakaya will make the Centre Pompidou disappear. Alongside Stephen O’Malley and Peter Rehberg she transforms the Piazza into an electronic stage. The three artists have worked together on several occasions, particularly on productions by Gisèle Vienne presented in the Centre Pompidou’s Grande salle. Their outdoor work in situ is an electronic scenography that, beginning with the timbre of alpenhorns, spreads out into the public space.
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Fujiko Nakaya Fog Sculptures
KTL (Stephen O’Malley et Peter Rehberg), composition, arrangement, and performance
Alponom ensemble accompanying the KTL
Manuel Poletti Sound spatialization
Fujiko Nakaya was the first artist to use fog as a scultptural media. This does not mean that she doesn’t fashion it as she wishes: her approach consists of a subtile collaboration wi...
(Stephen O'Malley & Peter Rehberg) KTL
Composition, arrangement, and performance
KTL is the group created by the musicians Stephen O’Malley and Peter Rehberg beginning with Kindertotenlieder. Their first album was released in October 200...