Erhai Floating Sound Live




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Published on Jul 30, 2010

ERHAI FLOATING SOUNDS is a sound performance for large outdoor spaces. An ambient electronic music is spatialized and composes a sound extent. It acts to build a space which is renewed continuously and which resounds with the environment.
ERHAI FLOATING SOUNDS is intended to bring people on small boats on Erhai lake to listen to music performed by 2 French electronic composers. The electronic sounds are being produced on one of these small fishing boats, connected by wires under water to 4 small boats, each of the 4 boats carrying a speaker. The remaining boats are being used by the public, and can navigate freely on the lake in order to capture the moving sounds broadcasted on the 4 different speakers, giving the listeners the opportunity to listen to music differently in a very beautiful environment.

French artist, he studied music, acoustics, fluid mechanics and material sciences.
He made sculptural sound works and has developed installations and performances. He seeks physically to engage the listener in the process of listening and uses the sound as a means of establishing a relationship between the physical body and his environment.
He worked with Cedric Pigot, participe with Bluescreen on the net art projects and created the audio-tactile projects Pause and Stimuline with Lynn Pook. He collaborates with Locus Sonus sound lab and worked as sound assistant for the french composer Pierre Henry. He also organizes experimental electronic music events in atypical places and over long durations.

Laurent Jeanneau aka Kink Gong is a french electronic music composer, based in Dali. This sound recorder specialized in Tribal Music, ethnographer/sampler of the jungle has traveled the world to record sounds and songs which characterize the life of ethnic minorities. His experimental sounds transport us to dreamed horizons where machines are transformed into tools for impromptu meetings.

He first collaborated with Julien Clauss and Kinkgong first collaborated in Paris in 2005 for an octophonic concert of electronic music.


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