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Curator: Jean-Yves Bosseur
Composer of experimental electronic music, musicologist and travelling musician, Jean-Yves Bosseur, a direct witness to a wide swath of 20th-century art, studied with Karlhein Stockhausen and has collaborated with John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Pierre-Henry... These encounters have strengthened Jean-Yves Bosseur’s conviction that no barrier between disciplines should be respected or suffered. The coexistence of the arts produces tensions and shocks, which in turn allow for invention and surprises, while avoiding imitation.
By designing the Musique à voir exhibition, presented at the LAAC from 29 April to 17 September 2017, he offers a novel approach to relations between the fine arts and music, based upon artistic productions by Jean Tinguely, Yves Klein, Nam June Paik, John Cage, Vasarely, Pierre Bastien, Céleste Boursier-Mougenot... Discover 150 visual and audio creations and installations!
Musique à voir is prolonged at the Nord-Pas de Calais FRAC (Regional Collection of Contemporary Art) with the exhibition Le son entre, presented from 29 April to 31 December.
The LAAC naturally benefits from the precious collaboration of the CMAD (Conservatoire of Music and Drama) of Dunkirk, to offer a rich musical events programme to accompany the exhibition.