On “kdi dctb 257 [A]”:
In 2010-2011 I was invited to work with 2 groups of students within the frame of « Territoires sonores, portée art'ur , réseau d'action culturelle deslycées agricoles publics des Pays de La Loire », in the cities of Saint-Herblain and La Roche-sur-Yon.
We worked for a few months listening, recording, and composing with their sound environment.
I was particularly interested by one the recording session they made in the Conservatoire de Musique: hearing instruments through walls, stairs and corridors... It sounded really great... a basis for a a real maze. So it became my basis to what I call "my first ever pop music piece", which is a real maze, a glance through the building at first, and then it goes deeper and deeper.
Cédric Peyronnet (aka toy.bizarre / ingeos) is a sound artist working since the ’90 around phonography (Field recordings, “sound hunting”…), soundscapes, using the principles of concrete, acousmatic, electroacoustic music.
His work, whose main theme is the exploration of places by sound recording, listening and sound sculpting, take form of compositions and sound pieces (CD, Vinyl … more than fifty references published since the ‘90), concerts, sound screenings and sound installations.