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Le Champ Du Yaourt

Aurélie Pertusot
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1My installations, drawings and performances transform our perception of time and space and create an interaction with the spectator or the listener. I am interested in the notion of passage and the ghostly character of sound, its ability to reveal an architectural and/or mental space, an inner landscape. I make my sounds to explore the sonic and evocative qualities of materials, summoning a memory and a collective memory. The loss of reference points, the illusion or the cycle are leitmotivs present in my pieces. My creative process is based on listening, experimentation and a certain economy of means: I use everyday materials and recycled objects (paper, rope, adhesive tape, etc.) that I divert.

2Many of my pieces are not photographable. I find it difficult to put them on a website or in a digital portfolio because they rely on a certain perception of space and require a particular attention linked to a physical experience of reality. Often, these are works that must be activated by visitors to appear and/or be seen, and even within an exhibition space the public sometimes misses them. This pushed me to play with this “flop effect”, to claim a certain form of autonomy of the work, which remains however problematic when one needs to present them virtually.

3Thus all the flops are not equal and this is why I wanted to use a medium more “adapted” to the temporality of digital spaces: video. The flop explored here is thus finally another flop…

4The video Le champ du yaourt is part of the series of performed sound sculptures called Sounds with no genre, created from an instrumentarium of found objects and diverted instruments. Combining dissonance and resonance, the performances give life to inanimate objects which, recycled, become inhabited by sound matter.

5The acoustic installation of the yogurt field is composed of a large nylon rope and a makeshift resonator: a giant yogurt pot. To activate it, I develop a repertoire of gestures by moving my hand and a bow on the string. My goal is to play with the perception of the space of the place by creating a visual gap between the sound source and its diffusion.

6During this performance, I created a dialogue with Sosana’s vocal research.

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Le chant du yaourt

Le champ du yaourt, Aurélie Pertusot, video, 13 min in loop.
Free improvisation between Aurélie Pertusot (sound sculpture) and Sosana Marcelino (voice).
Video created at Idiotopie within the framework of a protocol imagined by Siril Tiebo.

Le champ du yaourt is a video by the artist Aurélie Pertusot, which takes part of the issue 10 of the French journal Transposition, Musique et sciences sociales entitled “Flops in music”, edited by Sarah Benhaïm and Lambert Dousson.

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Aurélie Pertusot, « Le Champ Du Yaourt »Transposition [En ligne], 10 | 2022, mis en ligne le 29 juin 2022, consulté le 30 septembre 2022. URL : http://journals.openedition.org/transposition/7744 ; DOI : https://doi.org/10.4000/transposition.7744

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Aurélie Pertusot

Born in 1983 in France, Aurélie Pertusot is a visual and sound artist. She graduated from the École nationale supérieure d’art et de design de Nancy and the Sint Lukas Art School in Brussels in 2007 and lives and works in Nancy and Berlin. Co-founder of the performance projects Les Trotteuses radio clock players with visual artist Anne Moirier, Feu Moyen, Ana Colute, and Loop-loupe, she was part of the sound research group Arthésis at ENSA Bourges from 2016 to 2018 where she was taught by Lê Quan Ninh, Annette Vande Gorne, Alexis Degrenier and Michel Chion.

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