Late Hours "In Tune with the World" #3

Friday 6 July 2018

7 p.m. - 11 p.m.
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Late Hours "In Tune with the World" #3
Late Hours

On the first Friday of every month, the Fondation hosts a special evening event that offers a new perspective on the building, the artworks and the exhibitions.


The third and final Late Hours event associated with the In Tune with the World exhibition will take place outdoors, on the terraces, and will explore man's relationship with his environment, both natural and imagined. The evening event will also unveil the project by Matt Copson, a new artist being showcased as part of the Open Space programme.


7.00 p.m.-10.30 p.m.



A fan of science fiction, contemporary music and improvisation, Etienne Jaumet knows everything there is to know about synthesisers. As half of the electronic duo Zombie Zombie, he composes organic, cosmic pieces that blend nature and alchemy.

The terraces of the Fondation will be the setting for a collaboration between this interstellar explorer and his compatriots Buvette and Richard Fenet from the Pan European Recording label. The label’s latest compilation, Voyage III – Beyond Darkness, offers up electronic ballads in the form of rainbows, mountains and the cosmos, composed with the purpose of saving the planet.


Buvette immerses himself in vast urban landscapes among the thousands of beings lost in their dreams and their desires for something different. His rhythmic, druggy sound derives from solo investigations and discoveries. Richard Fenet is newly signed to the Pan European Recording label. An explorer of Eastern music, he takes the listener to a world revisited through his sensibility as a traveller.




ALL EVENING / 7.00 p.m.-10.30 p.m.




Open Space is a programme dedicated to the most contemporary expressions of creativity. For this second event, Matt Copson was invited to conceive a site-specific project. Open Space takes place regularly in different settings around Frank Gehry’s building.




Wander around the terraces or in the Grotto and take part in a new sound experience while wearing a special headset. Part scientific instrument, part acoustic micro-structure, these headsets are inspired by a military air surveillance system used between the two World Wars. Like a low-tech prosthetic that engages the body, they operate without electronics. The experience is based on a man listening in to his sound and urban environment, and invites a state of anticipatory listening.

The essential

Friday 6 July 2018
7 p.m. - 11 p.m.

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DJ Set – Etienne Jaumet & Pan European Recording

Open Space #2 Preview - Matt Copson

Remaining Observant – Participatory Performance by Lauren Tortill

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