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Wednesday 21st August – Saturday 24th August

Electropixel #9 with Le Zorba and la Plateforme is proud to present a Exhibition on electronic bodies ans the abstract morphology of the real with a performance, Radio Noise Collective the 22nd August and a concert-installation, GOO- Grand Orchestre d’Ordinateurs. For finish Electropixel #9 Paris, we organize a Electronoise Night at Zorba.

 


 

PLATEFORME

EXHIBITION : Electronic bodies and the abstract morphology of real
11:00-18:00 Wednesday 21st at Saturday 24th August
PERFORMANCE RADIO NOISE COLLECTIVE
20:00 Thrusday 22nd August
CONCERT-INSTALLATION : GOO – Grand comptuer Orchestra
19:00 Saturday 24th August – € donation

LE ZORBA

ELECTRONOISE NIGHT
20:30 Friday 23rd August – 5/6€

 


ELECTRONOISE NIGHT
ELECTRONOISE NIGHT
JULIEN HERAUD
JOKILLA
JOKILLA
RADIO NOISE COLLECTIVE
RADIO NOISE COLLECTIVE
SHU LEA CHEANG
SHU LEA CHEANG
JOACHIM MONTESSUIS
JOACHIM MONTESSUIS
SOUAD MANI
AKKKKKRRRR
Electronic bodies and the abstract morphology of real
Electronic bodies and the abstract morphology of real
TENIANG
TENIANG
GOO – Grand Computer Orchestra
GOO – Grand Computer Orchestra
THE NOISER
THE NOISER
JENNY PICKETT
JENNY PICKETT
SOLAR RETURN
SOLAR RETURN
ENERZION
ENERZION
CAMBIA
CAMBIA
CHLOE MALAISE
CHLOE MALAISE
JENNY PICKETT & JULIEN OTTAVI
JENNY PICKETT & JULIEN OTTAVI
Souad Mani
Souad Mani

 

 


ELECTROPIXEL INTERNATIONAL

Events across several cities Electropixel International represents a series of events forming a network of action over a relatively long period (2 months), which proposes to engage different places across European cities, to present artistic forms in movement.
For this 9th edition, Apo33 plans to create an extended version of the festival in Nantes and elsewhere. Our desire today is to build a new approach to the festival in relation to the problems of our time :
• to participate in a greater decentralization of gallery spaces and arts venues
• to think and formalize new forms of propagation of artistic works.
• to transform the identified spaces into multiple nodal network for the diffusion of arts.
• to create new openings and crossroads for the artistic communities within which we work,
• to transcending geographical, technical and artistic boundaries.

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