14th > 24th 03 . 2016
FLOW 612 (created in 2016) is a musical, choreographic and kinetic experience designed for children. In a setting of leaves and flowers in an imaginary jungle, sound and light vary during a period of twenty minutes.
A multimedia object for dance, where some of the music is activated by the movements and presence of the children. Children are invited to observe the colour changes of light on a large printed canvas. They dance to sounds generated by 48 sensors on the floor.
A varied range of lights and rhythms, playing within a dance space, with different combinations of speeds, genres and colours: this creation is proposed as an installation in schools, performing arts venues and festivals open to children, focused on programming of innovative and transdisciplinary digital devices.
Credits titles :
artistic conception : Daniel Larrieu
scenographic design : Apolline Couverchel, Benjamin Favrat
music : Antoine Herniotte
digital process, light : Gauthier Haziza
direction, installation, technical production : Franck Jamin, Christophe Poux
mediation : Jérôme Andrieu, Agnès Coutard, Anne Laurent
canvas printing : Scanachrome
Compagnie Astrakan, on invitation from the École Pierre Budin school, with the support of Agnès b and the Fondation Seligman
coproduction : CDC Picardie, CDC Toulouse, Les Bains Numériques Centre des arts (Enghien-les-Bains), LUX (Valence), Le Grand R (La Roche-sur-Yon), KLAP (Marseille), SCENE44 . n + n Corsino (Marseille)
with the support of DICRéAM
the Compagnie Astrakan receives the support of DRAC Ile-de-France
Daniel Larrieu is a guest artist at the Ménagerie de Verre for all his projects
thanks to: Pierre Perrin, headmaster of the École Pierre Budin school, all the schoolteachers and pupils, Mathias Coullaud, Dominique Brunet, and Marc Pierat of Comportements-Sonores l’Agence