yannick dauby

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  • yannick dauby – sounds of horse – kalerne

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    Since 2008, French sound artist Yannick Dauby is collaborating with HORSE, a taiwanese male-only contemporary dance company. During these years, he created the soundtracks for the following performances:
    – Bones (2008, National Experimental Theater, Taipei)
    – Growing Up (2009, Theater of Taiwan University of the Arts, Taipei)
    – I (2010, National Experimental Theater, Taipei and Theater in Tainan)
    – Faceless by Chou Shu-Y (2011, National Experimental Theater, Taipei)

    The sound material used for these projects is quite unusual for dancers and it became one of the specificity of the shows of HORSE : recordings of animal voices, urban soundscapes, industrial textures, electroacoustic abstractions…

    sounds of HORSE is a glamorous publication documenting this collaboration. Its two CD contains more than two hours of sound works, organized and remastered for a domestic listening, and a double-folded booklet with high-quality photography of the dancers with texts by choreographers and dancers Chen Wu-Kang and Chou Shu-Yi, and Yannick Dauby.

    This double-CD has been published in collaboration with HORSE and Atelier Hui-Kan.



  • yannick & wan-shuen tsai – treasure – kalerne

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    A book and a CD constructed as a drift around Treasure Hill, a former illegal settlement in Taipei. The book contains visuals (photography and drawings) of this semi-urban environment and texts in English and Chinese based on local stories and impressions, meanwhile the CD provide an environment of sound for the reader.



  • yannick dauby – taî-pak thiaⁿ saⁿ piàn – kalerne

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    Three sound compositions (2008, 2009, 2011) by sound artist Yannick Dauby, based on field recordings of Taipei city and its surroundings. Inspired by the Ghost Festival and the ambiences of Summertime, by the evolution and modernity of the urban environment, by the now extinct plain aborigines who once lived in the Taipei basin, these works are reflecting three ways of listening the urban soundscape of Taiwan’s capital.

    Produced by Kalerne Editions and published by Atelier Hui-Kan in Taiwan, December 2011.
    Kalerne Editions 製作, 回看工作室出版, 2011年12月