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( ... ) Memory is Time Compression, we are life recorders.

Bio

*LLND

2 new media artists who synchronize by the sound and images.
Together we created the KIT ART, the Live Act Kinotoys, the Time Compressions.
Since 2003, we developed some concepts to create composite instruments with variable articulations :
Animated Fragments, the Treeble Septuor, the Sonochrome,
the Perfect Electronic Housewife, the SC 8, WBW
These participative sculptures are made for ‘public use’ to stimulate the artistic consciousness.
The settings invite for games of sound and video constructions and deconstructions,
falling into chaos looking for a new harmony.
To reveal the artistic resonance of everyone throughout sensory experiences,
is at the center of our creative process.

* Laurent Lettrée

born in 1977
He makes his studies at the university of Charleston in the United States. His passion for the sound is stronger than all and will be the principal engine of his artistic research. Explorer of the sound and his multiple frequencies and rhythmic variations, he composes by using analogical machines and objects which he diverts and transforms into instruments. While taking as a starting point random acts and results, he creates abstract dreamlike soundscapes so that the spectator feels free in a multisensorial voyage. His affiliation with the « nouveau realist » art movement confirmed his skill as manufacturer of sounds to translate the abstractions in art into music.

* Nathalie Delpech

born in 1972
Impassioned of literature, art and social sciences, she studies the Visuals Arts. Continues her course at the « Art Décoratif » in Paris with a diploma in Cinema-Animation Cartoon-Video and a specialization in synthesized image, special effect.
Her video animations and her graphic art are often perceived as a poetic meeting of the psychedelic and surrealism. With strong colors and forms borrowed from a revisited reality, she gives life to the inanimate objects. Her hybrid characters struggle within situations « dramati-cocasses » in a colored and absurd universe. This unexpected ensemble plunges us in a reflexion on the inconsistency of the world while keeping us smiling.

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