Memoire DNSEP — 2013 Vérberations, une histoire des relations entre Arts platiques et Musique
Memoire DNSEP — 2013 Vérberations, une histoire des relations entre Arts platiques et Musique Memoire DNSEP — 2013 Vérberations, une histoire des relations entre Arts platiques et Musique Memoire DNSEP — 2013 Vérberations, une histoire des relations entre Arts platiques et Musique Memoire DNSEP — 2013 Vérberations, une histoire des relations entre Arts platiques et Musique Memoire DNSEP — 2013 Vérberations, une histoire des relations entre Arts platiques et Musique Memoire DNSEP — 2013 Vérberations, une histoire des relations entre Arts platiques et Musique Memoire DNSEP — 2013 Vérberations, une histoire des relations entre Arts platiques et Musique / Quentin Aurat

Often, the sound is sidelined in a visual context. It is experienced as evidence, a comment or a casual chat. However, the sound reveals the presence of excessive emptiness, filled with air, or water and material. So, would it be guilty to take an excessive part in our unconscious apprehension of the world ?

First, relying on perceptual phenomena of vision and hearing, I will try to understand what separates them but also analogy that exist between them. Music itself, as an art of producing, generating and distributing sound, has quickly become a written practice. But the codification that implies writing does not necessarily mean that prevents interaction with visual arts.

This utopian fusion that animates phantasms of knowledge and ubiquity of some people, enhances our ability to understand both phenomena together, not as an ideal fusion, but as a discursive separation. Thus, like oil in water, the inherent laws of sight and hearing seem to be rising perpetually over the surface. At the heart of this chaotic relationship, is there not the expression of a reminiscence ?