Revue hebdomadaire pour l’art contemporain
Author : Denis Chevalier
From industrial music (as a member of NOX) to the electronic and digital cutures of today, the artistic work of Cécile Babiole crosses music and visual arts. She switches from one language to the other, contaminates a code with another code, and she participates in a new way of understanding the link between image and sound, inherent in her praxis.
Her installations and performances may be public (street, bus) or private (galleies, concert halls) and they question with singularity and irony our systems of representation. The exhibition “Transpositions” is introducing two pieces of Cécile babiole art : Xerocks (sonorous installation) created for the Espace multimédia Gantner, is about the way of turning two xerox machines into musical instruments; 0,0116 RPM (sonorous and video installation) stages in a funny way the landscape of the town of Mulhouse and turns it into a double turntable.