Félix-Antoine Morin

Playing as much within and as on the fringes of aesthetic codes, Félix-Antoine Morin tends to re-describe the composition in terms of poetic rendition: an artisanal creation that glows with its own imaginary aura. Inspired by traditional and sacred music, he draw from the ritual the principle of processual dynamic. In the manner of incantations, various elements of sound — surroundings, noises or multiple instruments — are all components which elaborate a device designed not to determine the music but to summon it. A stratified architecture, at times woven from suspended states nourished by opposite polarities. In the substratum of his works, the sound events come close to the melodic without ever giving way to it, form a narrative that navigates across the micro and macro scales, densifying in fragile nodes that disintegrate in the moment. The listening experience breathes in a crossing of landscapes, images and poetic blending… More

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Félix-Antoine Morin

Montréal (Québec), 1977

Residence: Montréal (Québec)

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