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16.10.21
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TELL ME | MANIFESTATION DE PERFORMANCES ET DE RADIO
Frac Bretagne
16.10.2021, 16:30 - 23:30

16:30 – Intro
16:45 – Guillaume Pellay | Entretien
17:30 – Anaïs Touchot | Pièce sonore / Entretien
17:55 – Francis Raynaud | Pièce sonore / Entretien
18:35 – Mathis Berchery | Entretien
19:30 – Rubie | Playlist / Entretien
20:00 – [EN DIRECT] Emilien Chesnot | Lecture
20:30 – Emilien Chesnot | Pièce sonore / Entretien
20:45 – [EN DIRECT] Mathis Berchery | Performance
21:45 – [EN DIRECT] Alisson Schmitt | Playlist / Performance / Entretien
21:45 – Morgan Azaroff | Pièce sonore / Entretien
22:20 – [EN DIRECT] Mathis Berchery | Performance
22:30 – [EN DIRECT] Rubie | Concert
23:30 – Fin

TELL ME cherche à rendre compte d’une scène artistique qui associe pop culture et abstraction des formes.
TELL ME 2021 s’intéresse à la scène émergente en Bretagne.
Au programme : soap opera, stress&objets, caricaturiste, chansons insupportables, magie, apesanteur, récits&boissons, R’n’B onirique et vaporeux, langages informatisés.

TELL ME est un projet du Frac Bretagne, du Musée des beaux-arts de Rennes, de La Criée centre d’art contemporain et de 40mcube.

Avec *Duuu Radio, Morgan Azaroff, Mathis Berchery, Emilien Chesnot, Guillaume Pellay, Francis Raynaud, Rubie, Alisson Schmitt et Anaïs Touchot.

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22.01.18
Queen Caitlin
Sophie T. Lvoff
09'00"
Conversation (80)
Conversation (80)
22.01.18
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Puck Fair is one of the oldest fairs in Ireland, dating back some 400 years, although no one is certain of when it originally began. A mountain goat is recruited in the wild weeks before the festival to become King. A young girl writes an essay to become the Queen. The goat is brought down from the hills into the town with a parade and the young girl makes a speech, and then they are crowned King and Queen. They are the royal couple of the town for three days and celebration ensues.

In August of 2017 I journeyed to the small town on the West coast of Ireland called Killorglin, in County Kerry (population 2100) because I had been hearing about the annual local festival for years thanks to two very close people in my life: Jane Cassidy & Conor McBride.

I interviewed this year’s Queen for *Duuu radio, Caitlin Horgan.

A radio show proposed by Sophie T. Lvoff

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