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2015
bilingual edition (French / English)
No World is an original piece in an audio book composed from daily images, sounds and texts collected through the Internet, songs, poems, interviews and field recordings created by Winter Family between 2011 and 2014 while living between Paris and in the Caribbean neighbourhoods of Brooklyn, NYC.

2015
bilingual edition (French / English)
This audio art book documents an experiment in binaural sound by French artist Loris Gréaud performed around the world over five years. Using binaural beats, Crossfading guides the listener to the threshold of sleep. The book includes MRI images of the artist listening to the piece.

2015
bilingual edition (English / French)
Last Words is a dual-input device: a book associated with a sound piece built from the last statements of all inmates executed in Texas since the resumption of executions on December 7, 1982.

2014
bilingual edition (English / Japanese / French)
This artist's book / CD includes an innovative work made of sound and pictures related to an installation made by the artist in Japan in 2012.

2012
English edition
Medea is an original sound composition based on recordings of radio interceptions and field recordings compiled by Soundwalk Collective during a two-month journey by boat along the coasts of the Black Sea.

2012
French edition
Medea is an original sound composition based on recordings of radio interceptions and field recordings compiled by Soundwalk Collective during a two-month journey by boat along the coasts of the Black Sea.

2011
English edition
This original radio sound piece unfurls a multiple electroacoustic flux in which audio archives of the voices of the great surrealist heroes of the Twenties (Man Ray, Duchamp, Aragon) are given a new breath of life and become electric.

2011
English edition
A collaborative artist's book and audio recording which translates a previous collaborative theater work into a violent multimedia disquisition on puppetry, serial killing and homoeroticism. The play and book are based on the Texan serial killer Dean Corll.

2011
French edition
This original radio sound piece unfurls a multiple electroacoustic flux in which audio archives of the voices of the great surrealist heroes of the Twenties (Man Ray, Duchamp, Aragon) are given a new breath of life and become electric.

2011
French edition
A collaborative artist's book and audio recording which translates a previous collaborative theater work into a violent multimedia disquisition on puppetry, serial killing and homoeroticism. The play and book are based on the Texan serial killer Dean Corll.

2010
English edition
temporarily out of stock
Conceived as an homage to Musique Concrète pioneer Pierre Schaeffer's Solfège de l'objet sonore, Dataphonics is a project that focuses on the relationship between the data of sound and the sound of data. The work deploys frequencies at the very edges of human hearing, sounds that, as Ryoji Ikeda explains, “the listener becomes aware of only upon their disappearance.”

2010
French edition
Conceived as an homage to Musique Concrète pioneer Pierre Schaeffer's Solfège de l'objet sonore, Dataphonics is a project that focuses on the relationship between the data of sound and the sound of data. The work deploys frequencies at the very edges of human hearing, sounds that, as Ryoji Ikeda explains, “the listener becomes aware of only upon their disappearance.”

2010
English edition
The book and audio CD Water Days documents an exchange of pictures, texts, sounds and voices between multimedia artist Leah Singer and Sonic Youth's Lee Ranaldo inspired by the contrast between wanderlust and the desire for home.

2010
French edition
The book and audio CD Water Days documents an exchange of pictures, texts, sounds and voices between multimedia artist Leah Singer and Sonic Youth's Lee Ranaldo inspired by the contrast between wanderlust and the desire for home.

2009
English edition
An intimate journey into the personal universe of the artist through a series of daily leaps: from her New York studio in Tribeca to the numerous travels and landscapes she crossed over a whole three month period.

2009
English edition
To Petrarca works as a sound diary with images and sounds following a structure similar to Mekas' pioneering film diaries. Originally broadcasted on French radio, this original sound piece culled from the artist' personal archives. The accompanying book expends it with personal drawings, photos and correspondence.

2009
French edition
An intimate journey into the personal universe of the artist through a series of daily leaps: from her New York studio in Tribeca to the numerous travels and landscapes she crossed over a whole three month period.

2009
French edition
To Petrarca works as a sound diary with images and sounds following a structure similar to Mekas' pioneering film diaries. Originally broadcasted on French radio, this original sound piece culled from the artist' personal archives. The accompanying book expends it with personal drawings, photos and correspondence.