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David Barry and Pierre Leblanc

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David Barry and Pierre Leblanc

St. John the Evangelist Church

A Process of Idiophonic Play 

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A process of idiophonic play transforms the performance space by assimilating and altering its component shapes allowing the audience to re-imagine the space (St. John the Evangelist) through artists' impressions using digital sound creation and live percussion.

 

Un processus d'idiophone qui transforme un espace en assimilant et transformant ses elements corporelles permettant au spectateur la chance de réimaginer cet espace (St. John the Evangelist) Le tout est accompli à travers les impression de l'artiste en utilisant des créations digital auditoire et de la percussion en place.

 

Pierre Leblanc

On October 28th, 1963 Gédéon Thibodeau was born. On December 24th of the same year, he was adopted and became Pierre Noël LeBlanc. At the age of thirteen he received his first 35mm camera, but he still had his sights set on becoming a scientist. In 1984 a particularly astute invertebrate biology professor told him that he had nothing resembling a scientific thought process, not even a bit. In 1984, Pierre becomes a student at the Visual Arts Department of the Université de Moncton (1984-88); he continued to follow his research and his passions at the MFA programme at Montréal's Concordia University (1989-92).In 1991, the Commission GEDEON Commission was born. The C.G.C. is the agent provocateur of Mr. LeBlanc's cultural enterprises. It offers a philosophical space that allows for the incorporation of the ideas and the identities of the artist and his processes. Pierre N. LeBlanc teaches Digital Imaging/New Media, Photography and Printmaking at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland and has a studio in Curling.

Le 28 octobre, Gédéon Thibodeau est nee. Le 24 décembre de cette même année, il a été adopté et il est devenu Pierre Noël Leblanc. À l'âge de 13 ans il reçoit pour cadeau sa première caméra 35 mm. A cet âge, il voulait devenir scientiste. Dans l'an 1984 il apprend d'un professeur doué dans les sciences, qu'il possède aucune tendance ou affinité pour la science et decide de s'inscrire à l'Université de Moncton pour étudier l'Art Visual. Il continue donc sa passion à Montréal avec une Maîtrise des Beaux-Arts. En 1991, la commission GEDEON est nee, un agent provocateur qui présente ces entreprises culturelles et offre une espace philosophique pour l'incorporation d'idées et d'identités de l'artiste et son processus. Pierre n. Leblanc enseigne l'imagerie digitale/Nouvel Media, Photographie et la gravure à Grenfell Campus, Université Mémorial de Terre Neuve et travail de son studio à Curling.

 

 

David Barry

My career objective is to become an accredited Music Therapist (MTA), with a practice for mental health, speech therapy & literacy, adult education, and musical awareness as an  asset  to  a  range  of  other  therapeutic  applications.  As  a  musician,  my  goal  is proficiency  as  a  multi-instrumentalist.    My  artistic  focus  is  on  embodiment  of  what  is heard, a creative musical space, voice and poetry.  My social focus is on the community and heath benefits of music.

In January of 2017, David completed his Thesis: "Music it for yourself": Poetic Measure and Embodiment of Knowledge in the Language of William Carlos Williams' Paterson Grenfell Campus, Memorial University, Corner Brook, NL.

He studied at the Contemporary Instrumental Music Performance of the Vancouver Community College, Vancouver, BC in 2012-13. David has played with Sherman Downey and the Ambiguous Case and is currently playing with the Dave Peddle Band.

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