Sarah Tritz invite Fabienne Audéoud pour une performance au cœur de son exposition.
Fabienne Audéoud is a visual artist. For Practice, she improvises an opera without libretto, both minimal and expressionist, performing a hysterical, desperate and voluntary recital. Her extended technique is lyrical, both powerful and fragile. She sings an abundance of meaning, decomposes a physical music, danced, shouted, whispered, a multiplicity of references and sounds. The plot of drama and comedy is played out between everything that the voice makes resonate: a body stretched out like a living sculpture, the acoustic intensity, the projection of affects, the exhibition space, the address to and presence of the audience.
Fabienne Audéoud (born in 1968 in Besançon, France) is a musician. She lives and works in Paris.
Solo exhibitions :
2021 – Synagogue de Delme (FR), trio with John Russell and Dan Mitchell
2019 – Island (BE), ‘Self-Realization on a Less Than Good Society/ after Axel Honneth’ Tonus, Paris (FR),‘Retrospective 1:15 Scale’ as part of Paris Avant Première
2017 – Karst, Plymouth (UK), ‘No To Crucifixions’
2016 – La Salle de bains, Lyon (FR), ‘Le bien’
2014 – Mariah Black, Cork (IE), ‘Praying for North Korea’