Immerson 3

© F. Jobin, 2011

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© F. Jobin, 2011

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Immerson 3


June 7 and 8, 2012 at 6 pm

Tickets on sale at OBORO ($10)
From Tuesday to Saturday, noon to 5 pm.
You can also call 514 844-3250 (credit card only).
No ticket reservation.

Mini-concert and Workshop (in French)
Saturday, June 9, 2012 at 10 am
For ages 7 to 9 (free).
Space is limited, reservations at 514 844-3250 from Tuesday to Saturday, noon to 5 pm.

To listen to the Workshop:

Right-click to download as MP3 (13 Mb)

Immerson 3 continues its exploration of new perceptions and experiences of the listening process by introducing another dynamic: improvisation. The artists will unveil a range of approaches while respecting the principals of immersion within a minimalist aesthetic.

Immerson 3 is a concert event/philosophy initiated by France Jobin, who proposes to create an enhanced listening environment by focusing on the physical comfort of the audience through a space specifically designed for that purpose.

In the spirit of sharing this experience with younger audiences, Immerson introduces a 3-part workshop uniquely designed for children ages 7 to 9:
- Mini-concert: works by France Jobin.
- Sound Art Workshop: live audio creation with France Jobin, illustrating on the story of The Three Little Pigs.
- Snack with parents.
Saturday, June 9, 2012 at 10 am. Free; reservations required (514-844-3250).

Immerson wishes to thank OBORO, the Suoni Per Il Popolo festival and the Austrian Embassy Ottawa.

Suoni Per Il Popolo Austrian Cultural Forum / Austrian Embassy Ottawa
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France Jobin

France Jobin is an audio / installation artist, composer and curator. Her audio art, qualified as “sound sculpture”, distinguishes itself in a minimalist approach of complex sound environments at the intersection of analog and digital. She participates in festivals, as well as presents installations and events internationally. Jobin has produced numerous solo albums with renowned labels such as ROOM40 (AU), LINE (US), popmuzik records and ATAK (JP).  France Jobin was a Sonic Arts Awards 2014 finalist in the category Sonic Research.