Kino-Eye (Underground is for Everyone)
Nicolas Tourney, Kino-Eye
Kino-Eye is an electronic and instrumental work deconstructing film scores to produce an imaginary movie soundtrack.
From the look, from the spectrum, in front of the space which makes absence a resonance, there is this cinematographic matter which offered produces sound worlds. Nicolas Tourney uses aesthetics of repetition as a dynamic process - the practice of continuous sound emphasizing the dialogue of perspectives rather than themes of reflection: the breath that leaves imprints in a spongy and slightly soft kinematic memory.
Kino-Eye contains 22 sound-walks which are the day-to-day archives of a progressive erasure.