JULIEN BAYLE (fr) - Interview at Sonica festival 2016

Ljubljana - September 30, 2016

We talked to Julian Bayle about his latest work, a Sonica commission, which deals with the physics of concrete and […]

We talked to Julian Bayle about his latest work, a Sonica commission, which deals with the physics of concrete and its decay. Bayle is a French multidisciplinary independent artist, who merges visual art, music composition, physical approach of sound art and data visualization by creating advanced programmed installations and audio/visual live performances. He tries to address the question of disrupted continuum, interferences and representation of concepts by using physics of sound and error/artifact magnification.

Julien Bayle was one of 2016 Sonica Festival resident artists. He created the generative installation Fract for the Sonic Pavillion exhibition.

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