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Félix-Antoine MORIN

Country(activity based):
Sound & Music


Graduated from Conservatoire de musique de Montréal, 2009

Recent 5 main activities (personal exhibitions, group exhibitions, concerts) are
-Generate Function , solo, MUTEK Festival - Monument-National, Montreal, 2018
-Always mind your surroundings, solo, Black box CMM , Montreal, 2018
-Plateforme , solo, MUTEK Festival - Monument-National, Montreal, 2018
-EIAO, group sound installation, Eastern Bloc , Montreal, 2018
-FolkinStock, group, Phi center, Montreal, 2018

Other activities (including awards received) are
-Joseph S. Stauffer price from the Canada council of arts (2012)
-Jeu de temps / Times Play (JTTP) award (2012)

Félix-Antoine Morin studied visual arts at UQAM and electroacoustic composition at the Conservatory of Montreal. In 2008, he won a JTTP award and in 2012, he received the Joseph S. Stauffer award from the Canada Council for the Arts. His works have been featured in several national and international events. He is also a founding member of the Kohlenstoff Records label.

About works / performance

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Genarate Function, 2018, Video and Music, 5.7mb (photo), Alexis Zeville (credits)

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Imaginary sheet music 1, 2018, black ink and paper, 12 x 16"

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Stichomythie, 2017, industrial fans, microphones and sound processing, 4.9mb (photo)

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Coextensive Ubiquity - Chile, 2017, Iphones, sound processing and special implement, 34.6mb (photo)

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Coextensive Ubiquity equipment, 2018, Iphones, solar batteries and special implement, 34.6mb (photo)

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Genarate Function, 2018, Video and Music, 1.5mb (photo)


Coextensive Ubiquity is a project in which I will positioned 24 microphones in different areas of Tokyo, working with other composers based in Japan. Simultaneous sound transmission is then made possible through the use of a special implement. This project goes far beyond music, it is an adventure in sound, an exploration of perception and an experience that concerns itself with the phenomenon of ubiquity. Through this creative process, by means of simultaneous sound transmission, our relation to the present is brought to a new dimension. As I experiment with the vastly different sound perspectives that are afforded through the phenomenon of ubiquity, I am attentively shaping the contrasts that emerge.