Inner fire

Performance type: 
Concert
Performance
Free tags: 
concert
Instrument de musique
crosse de hockey
Creator: 
Bruno Mendonça
Performer: 
Bruno Mendonça
Frédéric Lépée
Witness: 
Déna Sardet
Gérard Segalini
Bernard Taride
Occurence: 
Places: 
Starting date: 
2002
2 heures
Topology: 
Producer: 
Christine Charles
Frédéric Altmann
Frédéric Brandy
Jacques Simonelli
Régine Simonelli
Adress: 
Carros
France

rushes Bernard Taride

Synopsis / Description: 
rushes Bernard Taride
Performances: 

rushes Déna Sardet

Synopsis / Description: 
rushes Déna Sardet
Performances: 

CD enregistré et mixé par Frédéric Lepée

Synopsis / Description: 
CD enregistré et mixé par Frédéric Lepée
LEPEE_
Objets: 

crosses de hockey sur gazon et les objets de l'exposition détournés de leur contexte: oeuvres, photocopieuse etc.

Technique description référence: 
crosses de hockey sur gazon et les objets de l'exposition détournés de leur contexte: oeuvres, photocopieuse etc.

instruments de musique de Bruno Mendonça et Frédéric Lépée

Technique description référence: 
instruments de musique de Bruno Mendonça et Frédéric Lépée

Montage de B. Taride (portrait aux 2 miroirs)

Technique description référence: 
Montage de B. Taride (portrait aux 2 miroirs)
Documents: 

carton d'invitation

Type: 
Imprimé
Technique description référence: 
carton d'invitation
MENDON

compte rendu de la performance

Type: 
Imprimé
Technique description référence: 
compte rendu de la performance
MENDON

Le Patriote Côte d'Azur

Type: 
Presse
Technique description référence: 
Le Patriote Côte d'Azur

Nice Matin

Type: 
Presse
Technique description référence: 
Nice Matin

documents préparatoires: timing/chronologie, dessins, plans avec répartition des emplacements des deux artistes

Type: 
Manuscrit
Technique description référence: 
documents préparatoires: timing/chronologie, dessins, plans avec répartition des emplacements des deux artistes
MENDON
Description: 

The creation of several instruments is done at the museum, using steel pipes, overturned stands, shutters with percussion instruments, different electrical tubes serving as horns, an Australian instrument that incorporates a cell phone, etc…

Equipped with a wireless mic, I began in the bathrooms of the RdC museum, pouring out several buckets of water into the toilets, while the audience made photocopies of their identification cards on the first floor. Frédéric Lépée, receiving all the sounds created, improvised with his computer and guitars. Going back up to the first floor, I played with my different sound and percussion instruments, but also with vibrations, movements. A tea ceremony with twelve pipes in front of the audience, allowing the progression of a large, rough board on which teacups had been placed. A hot plate with a kettle, allowing the sound work to continue thanks to the cap. The tea prepared was served to the audience. A bowl was made with the photocopies of the identity cards, newspaper sheets, and pieces of my motorbiking suit, torn and cut up. Everything being fixed with a wire.

We took out two hockey sticks on the grass and played with this ball in the rooom where the performance took place. The ball ended up exploding with the sticks’ fast and violent blows. Some pages of Le Monde were badly crumpled. I then put to the children’s ears the bowls that were smooothing out. Thanks to the loud sound, the audience could here the paper unfolding.