Matthieu Saladin

Matthieu Saladin is an artist and associate professor in visual art at University Paris 8 (TEAMeD / AI-AC). His practice takes place in a conceptual approach and often uses sound. He is interested in the production of spaces, the history of artistic forms and creative process, and in the relationships between art and society from a political and economic point of view. He is the editor of the series Ohcetecho (Les presses du réel) and collaborates with journals such as Volume! and Revue & Corrigée.

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Matthieu Saladin - Evaporation (vinyl LP)
Frac Franche-Comté - Sound Houses Series
Recording of the evaporation of 785 grammes of water, namely the average quantity of water that a body loses during an office working day, according to Carrier thermal balance statistics.
Matthieu Saladin - Sounds of Silence (vinyl LP)
Alga Marghen - Sound Houses Series
An anthology of silence pieces from the records history.
Matthieu Saladin - Les multiples de Eins, Un, One (postcards)
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Lendroit éditions
Set of 8 postcards proposing each one the pattern (to cut oneself) of one of the 8 dice present in Robert Filliou's source installation Eins, Un, One.
Matthieu Saladin - La Popularité des conflits
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Incertain Sens - Artist's books and editions
Artist's book.
Matthieu Saladin - La capture de l\'inaudible (booklet + SD card)
bilingual edition (English / French)
currently out of stock
A reverse encoder that keeps only frequencies usually removed by the mp3 encoders, giving the “inaudible” frequencies to listen (software edition on SD card and silkscreen booklet, including a text by Jonathan Sterne).
Matthieu Saladin - Esthétique de l\'improvisation libre - Expérimentation musicale et politique
French edition
Les presses du réel – Music & Sound Arts – Ohcetecho (sound arts)
Improvisation as musical and political experimentation (essay).
Matthieu Saladin - Opinions
French edition
Incertain Sens - Artist's books and editions
Artist's book.
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