A night of French / Australian live cinema and sound

French live cinema collective SUPERFLUX team up with Melbourne AV collective STREAM for a night of collaborative performances. *16MM PROJECTIONS HOME-MADE INSTRUMENTS LIVE VIDEO NOISE TOYS* *RICHARD BOKHOBZA* (Fr), *ETIENNE CAIRE* (Fr), *MARCO CHER-GIBARD* (Aus), *ROSALIND HALL* (Aus), *MARCIA JANE* (Aus), *LIONEL PALUN* (Fr), *GAËLLE ROUARD* (Fr) *SAT 25 SEPT 8.00pm FREE*

Art Exhibition previously on in Brunswick precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Monday 20 September 2010 to Saturday 25 September 2010
Launch Saturday 25 September 2010, 8pm-10pm


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PLEASE NOTE: The artists are engaging in a collaborative residency (not open to the public) Sept 20-25. The residency will culminate in a free public performance Sept 25 at 8pm.

Mechanics Institute Performing Arts Centre
cnr Sydney & Glenlyon Rds, Brunswick

Presented by RMIT Union [Arts]
Melbourne Fringe Festival 2010

SUPERFLUX gather together four improvisers from Grenoble, France who have been involved in experimental film, video and sound making for 15 years. Gaëlle Rouard, Lionel Palun, Richarles Bronson and Riojim have been members of the programming team at the 102, a venue dedicated to experimental arts and hosting most of the foremost improvisers of new music. It is natural that their art culture and sensibility turned them toward the practice of improvisation; understood as a quick and profound reaction to events where each performance is constructed for a particular time and place. Citing Jim Denley, these artists also believe that exploring the moment of creation: when an idea, feeling or gesture is first expressed, is to take part in the most exciting adventure possible, not only for the artist but also for the audience! Gaëlle Rouard and Riojim run the Atelier MTK, a cinema processing facility open to artists who want to experience all the possibilities that the film medium has to offer.

Riojim proctecteur 16mm
Lionel Palun video-invidere ware

Gaëlle Rouard / Étienne Caire proctecteurs 16mm

Richarles Bronson bass & electronic
Riojim 16mm projector

STREAM are an RMIT Union Arts collective who do live AV performances, adventurous sound, screenings and installations. STREAM seeks to foster AV art culture in and around Melbourne, as well as making connections with like minds locally and abroad. STREAM is students and alumni from Sound Art and Media Arts at RMIT’s School of Art.

Marco Cher-Gibard
Rosalind Hall
Marcia Jane


Mechanics Institute Performing Arts Centre
cnr Sydney & Glenlyon Rds
Brunswick, Melbourne