Oeuvre de Tiffany Moore

Video • Invented instruments

Oeuvre de Tiffany Moore

Video • Invented instruments

In an evocation of time and history, Isak Goldschneider at the piano and Jean-François Laporte at the Table of Babel will transport you from liminal spaces inspired by a Babylonian palace  to the traces of the memory. Palais de Mari, Morton Feldman’s last piece for solo piano, and Nacht, a creation by Pierre-Luc Senécal, will be gently enveloped by the visual worlds of artists Elysha Poirier, Tiffany Moore, and Xavier Madore.

From the very first notes, Feldman’s piece slowly opens the door to the mysterious world inspired by the Palace of Mari during the time of King Zimri-Lim. An introspective work of infinite gentleness, Palais de Mari unfolds like a delicate shimmer, where motifs are repeated in a seemingly identical manner, varied by slight changes in rhythm or pitch. Fascinated by ambient and drone music, Pierre-Luc Senécal plunges us into a deep and dark pool of sonic material, creating the sensation of frozen time. Enriched through artistic collaboration with Jean-François Laporte and the visual work of Tiffany Moore, Nacht capitivates with finesse.





Espace Orange | Édifice Wilder

Isak Goldschneider: artistic director & pianist
Pierre-Luc Senécal: artistic director & composer 
Elysha Poirier: video artist
Flavie Lemée: lighting designer 
Guillaume Barrette: technical director 
Xavier Madore: audiovisual recording and videographer 

Event presented in co-production with Innovations en concert

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in partnership with Dremeka

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in co-production with Productions Totem Comtemporain

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We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts.

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