infinite grain 14 – france jobin

Mar. 18, 2016 by

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photo by mick bello  [infinite grain is a series of interviews inspired on microsound procedures, exploring a wide variety of topics in dialogue with artists who work with sound on

Interview by Tobias FIsher on Tokafi – DE

Jul. 30, 2014 by

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read – TOKAFI France Jobin is not trying to understand the world – but her own place, in it. France Jobin is a sound artist’s favourite sound artist. Minute attention to

Infinite Grain – From instinct to creation

Jul. 9, 2014 by

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France was asked to write a short essay about creativity by Miguel Isaza, you can read “From insticnt to creativity ” here : infinite grain February 4th, 2014 Childhood Epiphany

Interview by Jack Chuter on ATTN:MAGAZINE UK

May. 27, 2014 by

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ATTN:MAGAZINE Tell me about your philosophy/event series, immersound. It’s fantastic to see that sound is being presented in an environment where every aspect of the experience is taken into consideration (lighting, sound

Interview by artcogitans

Feb. 2, 2003 by

Interview de artcogitans avec I8U Question 1 : A propos de votre animation Obstacle (2003)(1), vous parlez de votre “obsession” au sujet des “transitions”. Et il est manifeste que cette

BBC Interview

Feb. 27, 2002 by

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Playing with Martin Tétreault for instance, directed me away from low frequency drones and on to explore other frequencies.

BBC i8u’s guide to the Montreal underground

Feb. 27, 2002 by

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Here it seems everybody knows everybody; and creatively speaking, that is very motivating.

Interview by Richard Di Santo of Incursion.org

May. 27, 2001 by

Montréal based sound artist I8U released her debut CD on Multimedias Pandora Inc. last year. Featuring ten dynamic pieces of largely low frequency sound-sculpting, the CD has quickly become a fixture in my hi-fi.

Interview with I8U on Radio Canada's Le Navire

Mar. 25, 2001 by

The interview will feature her debut CD along with unreleased excerpts from collaborations with both Martin Tétreault and David Kristian.