Il faut tuer le cinéma – Part I (in progress)

Il faut tuer le cinéma – Part I is an audiovisual performance in the tradition of “live cinema”. A film set with a green screen, lighting, camera and live editing station are visible on stage and constitute the scenographic elements from which the performance develops. Produced in collaboration with the members of the Wapiti Ensemble, Geneviève Liboiron (violin) and Daniel Áñez (modular synthesizer), the piece focuses on various digital audiovisual manipulations that allows to play with cinema’s codes. The screen is a character in itself and the performance stands somewhere between film and concert. The three protagonists are engaged in an improbable quest and seek in a certain way to “kill cinema …”.

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General information
Interdisciplinary
Duration: 60 minutes
Premiere : to come
Tech rider (to come)

Credits
Conception and performance: Geneviève Liboiron (violin, pedals, theremin), Daniel Anez (modular synthesizer), Patrick Saint-Denis (ordinateur).

Creative assistance: Ginelle Chagnon et Michel G. Barette

Support
Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Canada Council for the Arts, Conseil des arts de Montréal.

Date City Venue
09/24/18 Montréal, Qc La Salla Rossa
Time: 8:00pm. Address: 4848 St Laurent Blvd. More information
  • Il faut tuer le cinéma @ Studio Plaza. Sur l'image : Geneviève Liboiron. Crédit photo: P. Saint-Denis.