Hip-Pop – Konnecting Souls by Mitra L. '07
Part of the MIT series "Hip-Pop in French: Contemporary Theater, Film, Dance, Comics and Graphic Arts"
Franck II Louise Company
Hip-Hop and New Technologies:
A Talk and Demonstration
Part of the series Hip-Pop in French: Contemporary Theater, Film, Dance, Comics and Graphic Arts
Sponsored by MIT Foreign Languages and Literatures, the MIT Contemporary French Studies Fund, MIT Center for Bilingual/Bicultural Studies
Wednesday, October 4
Kresge Little Theater, MIT
Free and open to the public
Co-Sponsored by the Cultural Services of the Consulate General of France in Boston
A choreographer and composer, Franck II Louise is a pioneer of the French hip-hop scene. He combines music and dance in a highly original manner and the musicality of movement lies at the heart of his work.
He is presently preparing a new creation titled “Konnecting Souls” which will have its premiere in Paris at the end of October, using live motion capture equipment to generate sounds. Fitted with sensors linked to a musical interface, the dancers compose the music of the show in real time and are becoming musical instruments. The usual process of dance / music creation is turned on its head: here, both dance and music come into being simultaneously. For this stop in Boston, during a lecture/demonstration, Franck II Louise will present his process, the technologies involved, and excerpts of his new piece.
View more information about Franck II Louise Company at http://www.f2louise.com/.
For more French events at MIT: http://web.mit.edu/mit-france/
This should be awesome, and I will post pics if I manage to take any
What Mitra MEANT to blog was this website:
Hip-Pop sounds okay too, though.
ARe you orignaly from
Are you Cyrus’s sister by any chance?
And did you go to Saratoga High?
If you did, how would you compare Saratoga to MIT?
I’ve never quite understood this hiphop scene… maybe I was headbanging more on Heavy Metal… I personally detest the latest “pimpism”… I do like some artists like eminem.