Etienne Brunet music for Fred Sapey-Triomphe's LED artworks.
All compostions and ambient music by Etienne Brunet (Leo Brunet, guitar on tracks 5 and 6).
"spim La rosace" and "spim la tempête" :
shown in « Musée éclaté de la presqu'île de Caen, » spring 2013. The two works were installed in two shipping containers where the music was synchronized. As a bonus you'll hear the two songs simultaneously mixed.
shown in autumn 2013 at Beaubourg Metz for several months.
shown in Paris for the « Nuit Blanche » 2012. This was the first substantial collaboration with Fred. I thank him for trusting me and for our long-term collaboration since then.
"Interactive Pingpongscreen" :
shown at « Vendôme Luxury Art » in Paris, september 2014. "Chance 045896777620987" and "Chance 045812347620987", two versions of the interactive work out of 100,000 billion possibilities. Music (as pictured) is constructed and deconstructed according to the visitors' movements. Thank you to Colin Bouvry for his collaboration.
Fred Sapey-Triomphe's team included Yann Guidon (Electronic Design), Etienne Brunet (Music Design), Colin Bouvry (Creative Coding), Didier Courtial (installation technician). The nature of their dynamic is situated halfway between a graphic orchestra and a design office. Fred's work draws the viewer's attention in ways that might be compared to the stained-glass windows of cathedrals as well as James Turrell's pieces while under the effects of Ecstasy or Brion Gysin's Dreamachine, or even Op-Art and virtual kinetics. The music is a minimalist atmosphere with a little touch of Alvin Lucier.
Thank you for watching the videos of these artworks on YouTube: