Hyperkinetic patterns of morphing synthesis, distilled techno allusions and volumetric laser projections
Hypermobility is an audivisual performance combining distilled techno allusions with volumetric laser projections. Hyperkinetic patterns of morphing synthesis are visualized through a laser beam creating sculpted planes of light above the audience. Hypermobility refers both to extreme physical flexibility and to the addictive concept of hypermobile travel, frequent trips often over great distances and the alarming environmental impact.
About Myriam Bleau
Myriam Bleau is a composer, digital artist and performer based in Montréal. Using music and sound as a point of departure, she has created gestural electronic music performances, audiovisual interfaces, installations and interactive devices that articulate sound, light, movement and symbols. Her work investigates performance, both as a codified cultural manifestation, and as an embodied (re)enactment of symbolic systems through human and non-human agencies. It has been recognized and presented internationally, in festivals such as Prix Ars Electronica (AT), Sónar (ES, HK), MUTEK (MX, CA, AR, JP), ISEA (CA, KR), Transmediale (DE) and TodaysArt (NL).