Phase 1 / 13 > 18 January 2014
The Synékine project brings together performative and scientific research for the construction of a new expressive language.
The neologism «synékinésie», is constructed from the Greek terms «syn»(union) and «kinesis» (movement).
By analogy to «synesthesia», a phenomenon in which two or more perceptive senses are associated, «synekinesia» would reflect our ability to associate two or more motor senses. In the Synékine project, the interpreters develop a fusion language mixing vocal gesture, manual gesture and movement in space. This language is augmented by an interactive environment consisting of sensors and other new human-machine interfaces.
research directors: Greg Beller, Richard Dubelski
performers: Jean Charles Gaume, Dalila Khatir, Constance Larrieu, Richard Dubelski, les membres du Lab SEM
light design: SCENE44
video: Yann Philipe
developers: Greg Beller, Marco Peron
associated developers: Pierre Desprat, Riccardo Borghesi, Jules Françoise
researchers associated: Frédéric Bevilacqua, Norbert Schnell, Axel Röbel, Jules Françoise
artist associated: Norbert Godon
IRCAM-CNRS, SCENE44 • n + n Corsino, Ubris Studio, LMA-CNRS, GMEM, Lab SEM