"… The Sonic Architecture pieces are constructed geometrically according to a mathematical scheme which is based on the symbolism of numbers. On the basis of whatever drives my senses, I gather together a great mass of recorded sounds from everyday life: the street, the wind, streams, the noise of cars, of conversations, of birds, of singing… accompanied by everything that resonates around them. …" — Mireille Capelle
3 Sonic Architectures. Each Sonic Architecture consists of two compositions. Each composition can be played separately. From the moment they are played together and allowed to resonate via 2 CD players and 4 audio speakers, the Sonic Architecture becomes one composition. These pieces make a journey of several hours, or days, before they refind the point of their beginning. The CDs in this box are 3 Simulations. Each CD is a fragment of one of the 3 Sonic Architecture compositions. Anello, Naga & Sunyata were presented repectively at the Axel Vervoordt exhibitions Artempo, Academia & In-finitum.
Mireille Capelle appears in various films and plays, as well as singing a number of different operatic roles. She interprets baroque works with Jos Van Immerseel, sings numerous recitals of melodies throughout Europe and Japan, and she is a singer in the HERMESensemble. Capelle is a Professor at the Conservatory of Ghent, where she is also in charge of the singing department.
3 Sonic Architectures. "Anello", "Naga" & "Sunyata", imagined by Mireille Capelle, for the exhibitions trilogy "Artempo" (Venice 2007), "Academia" (Paris 2008) and "In-finitum" (Venice 2009), created by Axel Vervoordt.
A production of Inspiratum vzw with HERMESensemble with the Centre of Musical Research and Formation of Wallonia (CRFMW) Liege, with support from the French Community of Wallonia-Bruxelles and the Flemish Community and with AudioMER., a MER. Paper Kunsthalle vzw project.