We are very happy to announce the event celebrating the work of Éliane Radigue, who received the Special Mention of the Jury of the Evens Arts Prize. Pioneer of electro-acoustic experimentations, she has created a unique and highly influential path in contemporary music, first composing with the legendary ARP 2500 synthesizer and then for acoustic instruments, exploring minimal rhythms and changes in harmonies that unfold into complex sonic webs.
A one-day programme highlights the two periods of her work, through electro-acoustic and live concerts, a film screening and a conversation with the artist. The event takes place at Centre Pompidou in Paris on 13 September 2020, organised by IRCAM and Musée national d'art moderne, in partnership with the Evens Foundation.
The World of Éliane Radigue
Sunday, 13 September 2020
Centre Pompidou, Paris
3:00 pm - Cinema 1
Les Îles résonnantes
A film by Juruna Mallon (2017)
The screening is followed by the award of the Evens Arts Prize
and a conversation with Éliane Radigue
5:00 pm and 7:00 pm - Grande Salle
Duration: 61 min
Sound diffusion by François Bonnet
Coproduction Ircam / Les Spectacles vivants - Centre Pompidou
With the support of the Sacem.
5:00 pm and 7:00 pm - Musée national d'art moderne
Level 5 (in front of La mariée de Niki de Saint Phalle)
Duration: about 50 min
Carol Robinson bass clarinet
Hélène Breschand harp
Louis-Michel Marion five-string double bass
OCCAM RIVER XXVII
OCCAM DELTA XIII
The event is part of ManiFeste 2020. Please check the full program and access here.