Tarek Atoui

 
Sound artist Tarek Atoui (born 1980 in Lebanon, lives and works in Paris) is known for his exploration of performance as a complex, open, and dynamic process. His ongoing reflections on the notion of the musical instrument have led him to investigate the history of classical Arab music and to collaborate with a school for the deaf to learn how students hear and perceive sound. By traversing such a wide range of fields, he constantly changes roles, shifting from performer to computer programmer, from researcher to artistic director.
 
Tarek Atoui - The Reverse Collection / The Reverse Sessions
2017
English edition
Mousse - Mousse Publishing (books)
Catalogue documenting the Lebanese-born artist's eponymous project, which started as a sonic experimentation project with objects from the Dahlem Museum in Berlin. This work, which was later contucted at the kurimanzutto gallery in Mexico and at the Tate Modern, gave rise to various events and interventions, concerts and workshops.


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