As part of La Semaine du Neuf

Visuel Mad Max
Visuel Mad Max

While Italian artists Giulio Colangelo and Vittorio Montalti transport themselves 20,000 years back to the caves of Lascaux through visual and auditory flashes, percussionist Charles Chiovato Rambaldo interprets a wild and completely uncontrollable biker straight out of Hollywood studios.

Through Lascaux, the two Italian composers and performers pay tribute to the eponymous caves and the birth of Art. Inspired by Georges Bataille's text on these painted caves from 20,000 years ago, the performance aims to retrace and relive the unconscious moment when this creative impulse was born, leaving an imprint on history.This performance offers a synesthetic dialogue between neon lights and electronic sounds that rhythmically progress through scenes, marked by visual and auditory flashes.

Mad Max by Pierre Jodlowski is an assertive sound installation combining percussion, electroacoustics, and scenography. Here, Charles Chiovato Rambaldo interprets the wild and completely uncontrollable biker who embodies everything one can criticize and disapprove of in the contemporary hero straight from Hollywood studios: violent, macho, brutal, illiterate, stupid—personifying the harshness of a brutal and unjust world.



Studio multimédia | Conservatoire de musique de Montréal


Presale 28$
Regular 39$
Reduced (Students, Vivier Members, over 65s, etc.) 20$

PACKAGE Semaine du Neuf

PASS SEMAINE DU NEUF - Regular* 170$

PASS SEMAINE DU NEUF - Reduced* (Students, Vivier members, 65 years and older, etc.)



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- Regular rates are available 48 hours before the concert and at the venue.
- Neuf Week packages provide one ticket per concert, excluding installations.

A presentation by the artists and Vivier as part of La Semaine du Neuf 2024.

La Semaine du Neuf is presented in collaboration with the Montreal cluster of cultural institutes from the member countries of the European Union (EUNIC), and with the support of the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, Conseil des arts de Montréal, Canada Council for the Arts, and the City of Montreal.

The Montreal cluster of EUNIC (European National Institutes for Culture) is led by the Goethe-Institut, Consulate General of France in Quebec in Montreal, Consulate General of Switzerland in Montreal, Pro Helvetia Foundation, Istituto Italiano di Cultura Montreal, Wallonie Bruxelles International and the Austrian Cultural Forum in Ottawa.

Broadcasting Partners: Agora and la danse, Tangente, le CIRMMT, La Chapelle Scènes contemporaines and the Conservatoire de Musique de Montréal.

Media Partners: PAN M 360

The event received support from the Istituto Italiano di Cultura Montreal.