“D’Un air instable” dramatizes disposable, discarded objects. Abandoned, as if returned to the wild, they surrender to the rituals of sound and movement. They live in their own world, an uncanny echo of our own, humorously playing with their newly-found vitality.
Glass and plastic bottles, metal cans, tank valves and pipes. Two refrigeration motors and some sensors.
On a perfect night, malleable and unstable objects are awakened, animated by the flow of air blown into their bronchi. Gaining life, they sway, creak, move, breathe, hiss and buzz… they speak to one another. It’s tempting to play with them. Laurent Bigot makes music with them.
However, they are clever and unpredictable partners.