Auditorium du Louvre.
La sorcellerie à travers les âges
As a part of the new "Électrons libres" program, where sound and visual materials come together, Mauro Lanza has created a system that connects the structure of music to that of a film, including data from the image and processing them in real-time using electronics.
A sundry mix of historical reconstructions and sequences from an uninhibited imagination, the film Häxan is both an inquiry into 15th century ideology and a pamphlet against obscurantism and superstitions with an aesthetic close to that of Goya and Rodolphe Bresdin, engraver and Odilon Redon's teacher.
- Silent film by Benjamin Christensen (Sweden, 1921)
Electronic music creation Mauro Lanza, Olivier Pasquet, commissioned by the musée du Louvre and IRCAM-Centre Pompidou.
An IRCAM-Centre Pompidou et musée du Louvre (programme Électrons libres) coproduction.
Friday, June 12 and Sunday, 14, 2009, Auditorium du musée du Louvre
- Schedule: June 12, 8:30pm and June 14, 4pm
- Prices full price 12€ reduced price 9,50€ Agora pass 9,50€
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