© Quentin Chevrier


Audiovisual performance
4.2 ch sound / 4 ch projection on specific stage structure
Duration : 30’00 – 45’00


_nybble_ is an audiovisual, formal and spatial performance which aesthetics fluctuates between « digital minimalism and organicity ». Two poles of a same continuum. The formal fluctuation is made by a generative visual where various forces impose, to a particle system, both natural movements and more or less complex geometric movements. The modular synthesizer replaces the musician in the heart of the proposal and brings the musical fluctuation desired by the project. The stage design allows the audiovisual medium to deploy in space via a specific structure composed with 4 transparent screens and 4 points of sound diffusion. It offers to the public a quadriphonic and quadriscopic image for a total synaesthetic experience.

_nybble_ is coproduced by Arcadi (Paris, FR), Stereolux (Nantes, FR), Alex Augier Studio (Paris, FR), supported by La Muse en Circuit (Alfortville, FR) and has been created during the 2017 L.E.V Festival (Teatro del Laboral, Gijon, ES).



© Gisele Production



© Gisele Production



© Quentin Chevrier



© Quentin Chevrier



© Quentin Chevrier



L.E.V Festival / Teatro Del Laboral / Gijon / 2017 / © Elena de la Puente

L.E.V Festival / Teatro Del Laboral / Gijon / 2017 / © Elena de la Puente



L.E.V Festival / Teatro Del Laboral / Gijon / 2017 / © Elena de la Puente



© Heliox Production



Nemo / Philharmonie de Paris / Paris / 2018 / © Quentin Chevrier





Concept, sound design, music, generative visual, programming : Alex Augier
Co-production : Arcadi, Stereolux
Executive production : La Muse en Circuit
Screens manufacturing : Wilfrid Jaunatre, Remy Martinez



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