Exposition

SEBASTIEN BONIN + CONCERT DAMIEN BRASSART (jazz)

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Friday
17
July 2020
  • Museum
17:00
EXPO : PLEIN TARIF 10
EXPO : Etudiant/Senior/Enseignant/Groupe/JAP/-26ans 8
EXPO : BOTACARTE 8
EXPO : FED + / ODYSSEE ACTIRIS 8
EXPO : DEM. D'EMPLOI 8
EXPO : HANDICAP 8
EXPO : CPAS 8
EXPO : MUSEUM PASS 5
EXPO : BRUSSELS CARD 5
EXPO : ENFANTS - 12 ANS 5
Last tickets

Extra information

Damien Brassart is a musician and saxophonist who practices and performs a host of repertoires based on jazz, various musical styles known as ‘world music’ (West African, Irish, Middle Eastern, Indian), free improvisation as well as interaction with other art forms like dance, theatre, drawing and poetry.
Improvising, creating something in the moment while connected to his own perceptions, outside stimuli and his own inner world is an approach that Damien nurtures in his everyday life. To think freely, the musician improvises much as the philosopher takes a walk.



DOCUMENTI, a 30-45 minute concert made up of various forms of improvisation, will be an opportunity to explore the aesthetics of the relationship between the various paintings of Sébastien Bonin and the acoustic expression of Damien Brassart.
In painting, the colour white is used to paint over and start afresh, allow other elements to come to the fore, rest the eyes. The silence in music is an interlude, resonates, soothes the ears. In this way, the artists take ownership both of the colours and ideas of Art History and of the sounds of the history of Jazz to then tell their own story.
Sébastien Bonin’s works will provide the underlying structure for the improvisation, thus guiding it. The concert will weave ties and connections, suggesting possible paths. Lastly, the listeners will have to find their own way through the sounds created by the improvisation.
How does one listen to a painting in a way that the colour of the sounds resonates?
Damien Brassart will do just that on 17,18 and 19 July at the Botanique Museum.

Damien Brassart is a musician and saxophonist who practices and performs a host of repertoires based on jazz, various musical styles known as ‘world music’ (West African, Irish, Middle Eastern, Indian), free improvisation as well as interaction with other art forms like dance, theatre, drawing and poetry.
Improvising, creating something in the moment while connected to his own perceptions, outside stimuli and his own inner world is an approach that Damien nurtures in his everyday life. To think freely, the musician improvises much as the philosopher takes a walk.



DOCUMENTI, a 30-45 minute concert made up of various forms of improvisation, will be an opportunity to explore the aesthetics of the relationship between the various paintings of Sébastien Bonin and the acoustic expression of Damien Brassart.
In painting, the colour white is used to paint over and start afresh, allow other elements to come to the fore, rest the eyes. The silence in music is an interlude, resonates, soothes the ears. In this way, the artists take ownership both of the colours and ideas of Art History and of the sounds of the history of Jazz to then tell their own story.
Sébastien Bonin’s works will provide the underlying structure for the improvisation, thus guiding it. The concert will weave ties and connections, suggesting possible paths. Lastly, the listeners will have to find their own way through the sounds created by the improvisation.
How does one listen to a painting in a way that the colour of the sounds resonates?
Damien Brassart will do just that on 17,18 and 19 July at the Botanique Museum.

When

Fri. 17 Jul, 2020

Where

  • Museum

Doors

17:00

Organiser

Botanique
Damien Brassart

Pour DOCUMENTI, le concert de 30-45 minutes sous forme de différentes improvisations, sera l’occasion d’expérimenter l’esthétique de la relation entre les différents tableaux de Sébastien Bonin et l'expression sonore de Damien Brassart.

Le blanc en peinture pour recouvrir, recommencer, laisser apparaitre d'autres choses, reposer les yeux. Le silence en musique pour passer à autre chose, faire résonner, apaiser les oreilles. Se réapproprier les couleurs et idées de l’histoire de l’Art, se réapproprier les sonorités de l’histoire du jazz, pour raconter sa propre histoire.

Les œuvres de Sébastien Bonin constitueront la structure préalable à l'improvisation et guideront celle-ci. Le concert tissera des liens et des connexions susceptibles d'offrir des repères pour plusieurs parcours possibles. C'est en dernier ressort à l'auditeur qu'il appartiendra de construire son propre chemin à travers ces sons que permet l'improvisation.

Comment peut-on écouter un tableau pour en faire résonner la couleur des sons ? C’est ce que Damien Brassart proposera les 17,18 et 19 juillet au Museum du Botanique.

Friday
17
July 2020
EXPO : PLEIN TARIF 10
EXPO : Etudiant/Senior/Enseignant/Groupe/JAP/-26ans 8
EXPO : BOTACARTE 8
EXPO : FED + / ODYSSEE ACTIRIS 8
EXPO : DEM. D'EMPLOI 8
EXPO : HANDICAP 8
EXPO : CPAS 8
EXPO : MUSEUM PASS 5
EXPO : BRUSSELS CARD 5
EXPO : ENFANTS - 12 ANS 5
Last tickets

Extra information

Damien Brassart is a musician and saxophonist who practices and performs a host of repertoires based on jazz, various musical styles known as ‘world music’ (West African, Irish, Middle Eastern, Indian), free improvisation as well as interaction with other art forms like dance, theatre, drawing and poetry.
Improvising, creating something in the moment while connected to his own perceptions, outside stimuli and his own inner world is an approach that Damien nurtures in his everyday life. To think freely, the musician improvises much as the philosopher takes a walk.



DOCUMENTI, a 30-45 minute concert made up of various forms of improvisation, will be an opportunity to explore the aesthetics of the relationship between the various paintings of Sébastien Bonin and the acoustic expression of Damien Brassart.
In painting, the colour white is used to paint over and start afresh, allow other elements to come to the fore, rest the eyes. The silence in music is an interlude, resonates, soothes the ears. In this way, the artists take ownership both of the colours and ideas of Art History and of the sounds of the history of Jazz to then tell their own story.
Sébastien Bonin’s works will provide the underlying structure for the improvisation, thus guiding it. The concert will weave ties and connections, suggesting possible paths. Lastly, the listeners will have to find their own way through the sounds created by the improvisation.
How does one listen to a painting in a way that the colour of the sounds resonates?
Damien Brassart will do just that on 17,18 and 19 July at the Botanique Museum.