Nuit Blanche: Décor Sonore
Where sound and art meet at Nuit Blanche, you have Michel Risse's 'Décor Sonore' company creating their 'Sharawadji Garden' sound trail on the campus of the Université Pierre et Marie Curie. A sounds installation using the site's existing sounds (the humming of the ventilation, the rumbles of the Métro, the rush of passing cars) and architecture to instill some sort of aural order on the apparent sonic chaos.
Image © Jean-Michel Coubart
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