Du 10/10/17 au 21/01/18, Europalia braque ses projecteurs sur la culture traditionnelle et contemporaine de l’Indonésie. Le festival biennal propose un regard nouveau sur l'Indonésie à travers de nombreux échanges et créations artistiques, d’expositions, de performances, de concerts, de rencontres littéraires et de films.
- 16h00 : Patrick Hartono
(Indonesia) compose de la musique electro-acoustique en incorporant les sons
des instruments indonésiens traditionnels.
Born in Makassar 1988, Patrick Hartono is a young Indonesian electro-acoustic composer and intermedia artist. His art and musical interest is to use technology and scientific approaches as creativity tools. He is also interested in 3-D sound spatialisation, analog/digital synthesis, psychoacoustic, and visual music. Most of his works use sound of Indonesian traditional music instrument, computer generated sound/images, field recordings, underwater photography; transformed, rearranged, modulated by mathematical rules, real time interaction, and controlled random operations.
His Music has been internationally performed at festival, conference, and venue such as YCMF (Yogyakarta, Indonesia), WOCMAT (Taiwan), Sound Bridge Festival (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), ZKM (Karlsruhe, German), IRCAM (Paris France), NYCEMF (New York, USA), ACL (Yokohama, Japan), Sonorities Festival (Belfast, Northern Ireland), etc. Patrick is currently based in Den Haag and study at Codarts Rotterdam Conservatorium where he is actively involved in local and International electro-acoustic, and experimental media scene.
- 17h00 : Duto Hardono
(Indonesia) utilise des objets de la vie quotidienne, des disques et des
cassettes ainsi que de vieux instruments de musique dans ses performances
Duto Hardono is a conceptual artist and educator based in Bandung, Indonesia. Originally trained in painting, his practice traverses the two-dimensionality of collages and drawings to the dynamic incorporation of readymade materials such as everyday objects, old musical instruments, records and cassette tapes in his installations and performances. Often drawing reference from popular culture, conceptual art and anti-art movements, his works are peppered with touches of dark humour and irony in its aim to examine the relationship and paradoxes between humans and time through sound.
- 18h00 : Jakarta Jakarta (Indonésie, 2011, 75’, sous-titres anglais) : Vincent Moon et le Ruangrupa Collective filment le portrait poétique et ethnographique d’une ville tentaculaire et de son paysage sonore.
Vincent Moon (real name Mathieu Saura, born August 25, 1979) is an independent filmmaker from Paris. He was the main director of the Blogotheque's Take Away Shows, a web-based project recording field work music videos of indie rock related musicians as well as some notable mainstream artists like Tom Jones, R.E.M., or Arcade Fire. For the past six years, Vincent Moon has been traveling around the globe with a camera in his backpack, documenting local folklores, sacred music and religious rituals, for his label Collection Petites Planètes. He works alone or with people he finds on the road, and most of the time without money involved in the projects, trying to produce and distribute films without following the established industry standards. He shares all his work, films and music recordings, for free on internet, under a Creative Commons license.