Works ELVIS (Électro-lux, vertige illimité synthétique) Walter Boudreau, Alain Thibault

ELVIS (Électro-lux, vertige illimité synthétique)

The different sections of the piece come from the eight mutation phases of life as described by Timothy Leary in his book Exo-Psychology (1977).

“To fly towards the stars, the biological robot must go inside itself, be in control of its body, of its brain, of its DNA…”

Timothy Leary

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ELVIS (Électro-lux, vertige illimité synthétique) was originally composed as a multimedia work with computer controlled visual support designed by Jacques Collin. It was premiered on August 15, 1985 at Digicon ’85, the 2nd International Arts Conference on Computers and Creativity, in Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada). The composition of this piece was made possible with support from the Canada Council [for the Arts] (CCA) and the ministère des Affaires culturelles du Québec. Arrangement of the saxophone parts: Walter Boudreau.


Premiere

  • August 15, 1985, Digicon ’85 — 2nd International Arts Conference on Computers and Creativity, Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada)

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