Watch Myriam Bleau’s Beautiful Work With Glass and Discs #MusicMonday
This is some absolutely next-level design, engineering, and composition work from artist Myriam Bleau – via CDM
Myriam Bleau’s musical expression is as much about the objects as it is the sound. This isn’t just a way to externalize the noises she’s making or give people something to look at. “Soft Revolvers”… abstracts the essence of a turntable and turntablism. But in these glowing, spinning discs, you get something that feels alien – turntablism that fell backwards from a couple of centuries in the future, perhaps.
In her “autopsy.glass,” developed as well in a residency at Spain’s LABoral, she physically deconstructs a glass. Her fascination with monochromatic light-up clear objects continues, and the fragility of them becomes integral to the work.
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