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Florant Colautti, Dimanche Rouge Interview Series

Florent Colautti is a French composer and multimedia artist with a background in architecture and restoration. He explores different media and formats to shape his sound work including video, installations, and collaboration with dancers. Florent Colautti’s work is notably inhabited by haptic elements–either “living” shapes coded with Processing or installations encouraging the public to interact with their bodies and the artwork. Colautti invites his public to touch and fully engage in a corporeal experience, an unusual quality in the world of sound art.

Florent Colautti est compositeur et artiste multimédia français avec un bagage en architecture et en restauration du patrimoine. Il explore différents médias et dimensions pour modeler un travail sonore incluant vidéo, installations et collaborations avec la danse. Ses travaux, notamment habités par des éléments tactiles, élaborent des structures donnant des allures de ‘vivants’ ou bien des installations encourageant le public à interagir avec l’œuvre en utilisant leurs corps.
Il invite le public à toucher et s’engager dans une expérience corporelle, une qualité inhabituelle dans le monde des arts sonores.

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Opie Boero Imwinkelried’s work explores language and technology with a focus on the ancient Roman and Greek worlds in connection with contemporary society. Imwinkelried organizes Dimanche Rouge, an experimental performance art event taking place monthly in Paris, France, and abroad. Imwinkelried has shown video works at several international venues including the European Media Art Festival (EMAF), Clermont-Ferrand Videoformes, British Film Institute’s London LGBT Film Festival, and NewFest 2008: The New York LGBT Film Festival. Opie’s work is distributed by Frameline. In the realm of video performance, Imwinkelried has performed at venues including Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, Nuit Blanche Paris, and La Gaite Lyrique. In addition to the art practice, Opie Boero Imwinkelried is currently teaching at the largest school of architecture in France, the Ecole National Superieur d’Architecture de Paris La Villette (ENSAPLV), and has taught at the State University of New York at Buffalo and other institutions. Imwinkelried holds a Master’s from the renown Media Study Department at the State University of New York at Buffalo, and pursued studies in different fields including law, philosophy, and a doctorate in classical Latin literature as well as a Master’s in classical archaeology. Imwinkelried spoke at Harvard at the ICAC International Classical Archaeology Congress. Imwinkelried was also involved in several research projects including directing the digital data production and publication project at the Old Fort Niagara excavations, researching for the virtual “reconstruction” of the palace of Ashurnasirpal project using ImmersaDesk™/CAVE™, and coding for the digitalization of Dyonisos inscriptions from the Greek corpus. Facebook: Twitter: Vimeo: Livestream: YouTube: SoundCloud: Flickr:

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