Palix: Coriolis' imbalance | Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität's Foucault pendulum - Munich - Germany

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Coriolis' imbalance

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität's Foucault pendulum - Munich - Germany

lat.: 48.1586, long.: 11.5848

About the artist

Jean-Jacques Palix is a composer for stage, archivist, lover of rare musics, sounds hunter. After his radical productions in the experimental “Radio Nova” in Paris as a charter member in the early 80's,  according the artistic context he is collaborating with contemporary dance, art exhibitions, movies, video, public events and fashion shows.
In 1992 he founded an independent record label, free of classification and published several records with David Coulter, Eve Couturier, Jeff Rian, Vincent Segal ...
Regularly, he gives lectures and conduct vocal concerts, noise events and sound installations in fine arts and architectural schools.
He produced and directed "Conférence sur rien", a 52 minutes film around a french reading version of John Cage’s  “Lecture on nothing“. In 2007, he composed 33 musical tributes for 33 famous composers for an exhibition at Galerie In Situ / Fabienne Leclerc in Paris. In 2009, he directed the movie "This disk is the same as the other one", shown in international film festivals (Rotterdam International Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival …) .
He is curated the exhibition "Cornelius Cardew and the freedom of the listening" at CAC de Brétigny sur Orge (France) (shown at "Künstlerhaus Stuttgart"  & "Culturgest" in Porto in 2010).
He conducted musical performances for "The living currency", a Berlin Biennale's event in 2010 In 2013, he composed the Hörspiel "TPNY Memory" on a libretto of Leyli Daryoush for France Culture.