François Martig:
He challenges the notion of territory, of its representation, through sound and visual worlds. Surveyor of (natural and urban) landscapes he explores the concept of
soundscape and attempts to reproduce impressions… somehow, invitations to an imaginary
journey …

Philippe Petotgenêt:
Head in the clouds and a down to earth taste for sound, Philippe Petitgenęt as a ‘listening walker’ goes, as soon as an opportunity rises, to conquer new magnetic landscapes. He is building his improvisations like itineraries, strolling from ambient music to sonic postcards, along sound explorations..





NOISE-ette - Vibrö 5 (track 02)
Collaborative installation Four posts, benches, fairy lights (evoking and playing on the notion of “bal musette” – village dance - and “noisette” – the French word for hazelnut.) and speakers, whispering, spitting their despair out, or attempting to seduce in a lascivious move …Speakers with heterogeneous sound shapes and qualities, through which two sound artists mix sounds coming from extreme or ambient noise or smooth layers, all tinted by a shared taste for field recording. This project was premiered in Strasbourg at the end of 2007 A special track has been mixed in studio for the vibrö 5 CD with sounds from the installation.
 





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NOISE-ette - Les nuits de l'Ososphère - Strasbourg 2008



NOISE-ette - Les nuits de l'Ososphère - Strasbourg 2008



NOISE-ette - Citysonics 2008 - Mons



NOISE-ette - Citysonics 2008 - Mons











Philippe Petitgenêt



François Martig





François Martig: www.robinsonhotel.org
Philippe Petitgenêt: fautedegout.org
http://www.myspace.com/noiseettetuning
 



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