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Charlie Aubry

Charlie Aubry joined isdaT (Institut supérieur des arts de Toulouse), where he obtained his DNAP in 2012 and his DNSEP in 2014, both with honors. 


There, he quickly developed a practice around electronics, through which he questions his everyday life. His work begins by hijacking electronic objects, which quickly become real tools for sound and visual creation. 


At the same time, he develops performative musical projects using short-circuited machines and various recordings that he accumulates to the point of total sound confusion.
From 2013 onwards, he has been a regular collaborator with Compagnie Maguy Marin. In 2014, he composed the soundtrack for BiT, followed by DEUX MILLE DIX SEPT, played live during the performance. In 2018, he signed the music and set design for Ligne de Crète. After four years in Lyon, he decided to move to Paris, to devote himself to his visual and musical practice, while continuing to collaborate occasionally with the company. His work has been exhibited at the Salon de la Jeune Création, the Salon de Montrouge, the Bourse Révélation Emerige, the Palais de Tokyo after winning the Audi Talents Awards, and recently at the Collection Lambert in Avignon. He is a resident at the Villa Medicis for 2021-2022.

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