Audiovisual Concerts by Giorgio Partesana and Duncan Pinhas

In between science and contemplation, analytical and synesthetic approach, Geo aims to give a non-exhaustive, immersive, meditative, audiovisual representation of three ecospheres of the planet, namely hydrosphere, lithosphere and atmosphere.
Geo is planned as a trilogy which chapters are drafted to confront matters in their evolving natural states with some of the interactions mankind have with them, so that natural forces are confronted to mastering work employed by mankind.
The concerts are drafted as an exploration of micro and macro landscapes created with matters recorded in specific environments. The destination of the journey is an imaginary land where natural and artificial geometries, symbols of our habitats merge into hybrid patterns.
Time-based manipulation and amplification of recorded matters evokes a physical sensations allowing abstract geometries to acquire a personal meaning. The project, will to stimulate a reflection about the environment that we inhabit, alternating lulling to uncomfortable moments.


Geo, Opus II – Solid Matters

This, most recent, second opus focuses on solid matters such as stone and concrete, on which cutting and arranging movements are opposed to aging and breaking.

Here is the Full Length Demo.
Concerts (selection)
Nov 10 – Festival Access, Pau (residence)
Oct 10 – Festival Tec Art Eco, Como
May 10 – Podere Casetta, Ravenna
May 10 – Medionauta, Milan
May 10 – Festival Cronosfera, Turin
May 10 – Festival Vision’R, Paris
Mar 10 – Soirée IRL Performance, Paris


Geo, (Study for) Opus I – Liquid Traces

This preliminary work (yet to be finalized) is focused on liquid matters which fluidity suggests, in some of its forms, the ever mutating flow of things as well as the traces these flow leave.
Concerts (selection)
Jun 07 – Festival ASC, Turin 
Apr 07 – Mal au Pixel 2007, Paris
Apr 07 – Galerie Librairie En Marge, Paris
Oct 06 – Festival Le Placard, Milan
Mar 06 – Apt au 21e et. de la tour Boucry, Paris
Mar 06 – Villa Mais D’Ici, Auberviliers (Paris)


On stage