Special 30th Anniversary
|11pm, 0:30am, 1:30am|
An audiovisual installation by Romain Tardy
To celebrate its 30th anniversary, the Musée de l’Elysée sets the night o fire! Future Ruins is an audiovisual performance that mixes projection mapping, a spatialized soundtrack and light modules that outline the details of the neoclassical building that is home to the Musée de l’Elysée.
Calling to mind both historical architecture and technological objects, these ephemeral modules have a double life: imaginary ruins of a place still alive with activity during the day, they come to life when the sun goes down in an illuminated and poetic dialogue with the museum’s building and its garden.
Concept & visual design: Romain Tardy
Original soundtrack: Squeaky Lobster
Software engineering: Hand Coded (Cyril Laurier + Maya Benaïnous)
Technical design & construction: Studio Julien Carretero
|6:45pm - 7:45pm Vernissage|
A Tribute to Elysium
A project of The LP Company in partnership with the label Two Gentlemen
What if the Musée de l’Elysée’s collections produced music? For the 30th anniversary of the museum, artists have opened its archives and produced a work that takes us behind the scenes.
Thirty years ago, The Project (the band formed by Ella Couturier and Nicholas Adams) appeared on stage for the first time, the perfect opportunity for The LP Company (Laurent Schlittler & Patrick Claudet) to pay tribute to their last album, Elysium, first in the form of a vinyl LP, “A Tribute to Elysium”, which is reinterpreted in its entirety by ten bands, all part of today’s music scene (Anna Aaron, Mark Berube, Rodolphe Burger, Don’t Kill The Beast, Great Black Waters, Peter Kernel, Nicolas Nadar, Nick Porsche, Sunfast, Yellow Teeth), followed by a conference-performance where The LP Company casts a new light on the Franco-British duo that has unjustly remained in the shadows.
|10pm - 1:30am (interruptions at 11pm and 0:30am)|
Students from the CEPV and Olivier Lovey
For the 30th anniversary of the Musée de l’Elysée, an advanced photography class from the CEPV takes the stage. The students present an installation combining projections and photographic prints – the outcome of research carried out during two workshops that took place behind the scenes in the museum. A disturbing strangeness penetrates these elusive images that will certainly inspire the imagination of nighttime visitors to these lakeside gardens.
With the participation of Lorie Bettiol, Maude Comte, Valentin Faure, Lea Kunz, Youqine Lefèvre, Cécile Monnier, Neige Sanchez, Céline Simonetto, Arnaud Valente, Anaïs Weber, Annabelle Zermatten, and Petros Efstathiadis (professor), Julie Monot (look) and Yannick Bartolozzi (expography).
Carte blanche: CEPV