Tanaz Modabber_Pierre Mourles "Harmony for vanishing points"

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Tanaz Modabber_Pierre Mourles "Harmony for vanishing points"

TOKYO EXPERIMENTAL FESTIVAL Vol.8 ― TEF Performance *Open call Program

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Information

TitleTanaz Modabber_Pierre Mourles "Harmony for vanishing points" TOKYO EXPERIMENTAL FESTIVAL Vol.8 ― TEF Performance *Open call Program
Date2013.11.8(Fri)
Admission1,200 yen *Reservation required
Organize
Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Tokyo Wonder Site
Support
Goethe-Institut Tokyo, Polish Institute Tokyo
Venue
TWS Shibuya

The dematerialization in this project begins in the interpretation of scores drawn from a constructed kinetic structure consisting of points and lines. The composition will be the result of the transcription of scores drawn from this spatial model. Through an octophonia system, Setar and the Accordian, are supported by computer's transformative systems and electronic composition.

Date

November 8 (Fri.), 2013| 19:30-
* Door opens 30 minutes before the performance starts.

[Booking closed]
Day of perfomance tickets will be available. Please visit the venue 30 minutes before the performance starts.

Ticket Booking

Booking for TEF Performance is accepted by E-mail and Fax. Please inform us of your name, phone number, date/ time/ name of the performance, and number of tickets with the caption "Booking for TEF performance" in the subject line.

E-mail: tef2013@tokyo-ws.org
Fax: +81-(0)3-5766-3742

*Booking of each performance will be closed by 17:00 on the day before the performance or as soon as the seats are fully reserved.
*Payment should be made at the venue on the day of performance.

Profile

Pierre Mourles and Tanaz Modabber are collaborators that have been working together on performative sound installation projects since 2010.  Pierre Mourles is an accordionist and has received his music degree in electro-acoustics at Conservatoire of Pantin in Paris. Tanaz Modabber has studied architecture and western Classical and traditional Persian music in Iran.  As French and Iranian natives, they relate to their origins defined by the concept of dematerialization. They construct their research with material forces, structures, and gestures of sound.

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Participated Creator

Pierre MOURLES

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