Julien Bayle is a multidisciplinary artist based in France. He works at the juncture of sound & visual, using Ableton Live, the Max 7 programming framework, and custom eurorack & buchla modular synthesizers.
- Marseille France
Julien merges visual art, composition, a physical approach to sound art, and data visualization by creating advanced programmed installations and audio/visual live performances.
He addresses the question of a disrupted continuum, interferences, and the representation of concepts by using physics of sound and error/artifact magnification. His work is based on both experimentation and programming, using the concepts of complexity and chaos as guidelines. He depicts a world saturated in information as often meaningless, rendering society’s complexity through a positive-nihilist deconstruction of processes, structures, and results.
He’s performed audio-visual live performances at international festivals like ELEKTRA in Canada and sound:frame in Austria, and exhibited his work in galleries across Europe. As a guest art teacher, he provides advanced technical courses concerning the place of technology in new media creation at different art schools across Europe.
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