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The Cdmc presents a season of encounters, seminars and day study sessions designed to counterpoint the views of specialists and professionals and to spotlight composers and performers. Focussing on topical aspects of the music scene, they are organised in collaboration with the main players of musical creation: ensembles, centres for creation, festivals, etc., as well as with those involved in research, the universities and conservatories. Dédicaces (Dedications): these are encounters featuring newly released books, discs or DVDs.
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Tuesday 09 March 2010 - 00:00 to Tuesday 06 April 2010 - 00:00
9 March (EHESS), 23 March (ENSAP) and 6 April 2010 (Cdmc)
Scientific direction Denis Laborde
Denis Laborde – Laure Marcel-Berlioz – Yann Rocher – Pierre Roullier
Centre de Documentation de la Musique Contemporaine (Cdmc); Ensemble 2e2m; École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS); École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture Paris-Malaquais (ENSAPM)
The word saturation is a word one does not linger over: as if its meaning was self-evident. This purported transparency provides it with infinite semantic availability. An instrument of knowledge in the group of scientific disciplines, it serves to identify states of the world, to find indices, degrees, levels ‘of saturation’.
It marks thresholds, finds currents, radiation, zones ‘of saturation’. It facilitates the creation of experimental protocols, indicators, axioms. It also proves to be, at times, a powerful motor for artistic creation. These Saturation Tuesdays will be dealing with this word and the use to which it is put in the humanities and in artistic creation. Sociologists, philosophers, ethnologists, musicologists and architects will be engaging in dialogue with composers and musicians of the Ensemble 2e2m in order to provoke, in front of the audience, an epistemological upset on the frontiers of the social sciences and contemporary artistic creation.