℗ Synekine Project

Innovation and Performative Research

The Synekine Project brings together performance and scientific research to create new ways to express ourselves. The neologism “synekinesia”, is built from the Greek terms “syn”, (union) and “kinesis” (movement). By analogy in “synaesthesia”, the phenomenon in which two or more senses of perception are associated, the “synekinesia” would reflect our capacity to associate two or several motor senses. In the Synekine project, the performers develop a fusional language involving voice, hand gestures and physical movement. This language is augmented by an interactive environment made of sensors and other Human-Computer Interfaces…

Body Choir

 

Sound Space

 

Hyper Ball

 

Gesture Scape

 

Wired Gestures

 

Hand Sampling

 

Augmented Drums

  • Title: Synekine Project
  • Concept : Greg Beller
  • Directors : Greg Beller and Richard Dubelski
  • Performers : Richard Dubelski, Jean Charles Gaume, Stéfany Ganachaud, Dalila Khatir, Jean-Pierre Drouet, Scott Shepherd, Alex Neuwitz, Lenny Barouk, Martin Seigneur
  • Video : Yann Philippe
  • Developer : Greg Beller
  • Associated developer : Jules Françoise
  • Hardware developer : Emmanuel Flety
  • Associated researchers : Frédéric Bevilacqua, Norbert Schnell, Axel Röbel, Jules Françoise
  • Associated artist : Norbert Godon
  • Partners: IRCAM-CNRS, Scene 44, Ubris Studio, LMA-CNRS, GMEM
  • Residency 1: 13th to 17th of January, 2014, @Scene 44, Marseille, France
  • Residency 2: 20th to 21st of March, 2014, @IRCAM, Paris, France
  • Residency 3: 7th to 18th of April, 2014, @Scene 44, Marseille, France
  • Residency 4: 21st of May, 2014, @IRCAM, Paris, France
  • Residency 5: 6th to 10th of October, 2014, @Scene 44, Marseille, France
  • Residency 6: 21st of October, 2014, @IRCAM, Paris, France