Audiovisual artist Eric Raynaud, aka Fraction, presents ‘Vector Field’, a new audio visual performance where the artist explores the real-time manipulation of a vectorial stream created by sound as an ode to the art of Transformation. After Entropia, in this new performance, Fraction keeps on focusing on synergistic structures as a main language to take up themes on metaphysics, to question both the relation between physics and space, the place of humanity in a human-shaped environment, and its destination in an apparent, meaningless universe. As many today’s scientist’s beliefs, the artist states that time doesn’t exist and that it is rather a human perception of transitory states’ change. There’s no before, and there will be no after. There’s no past. There’s no future. From that principle, in Vector Field, Fraction streamlines a three dimensional homophonic structure, using deliberately references to science of topology and common representation of sound waves in occidental culture as an aesthetic frame for a computer-generated based vortical flow that embodies an elusive landscape, as if a continuum was slipping from his inner perception.
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