Celsian Langlois

Celsian Langlois was born in 1993 and works between Paris and Blois. He studied music at the conservatoire before going at the Ecole Nationale Superieure Louis Lumiere. He exposed in several group exhibitions such in the Musée d’art contemporain in Lyon, the Art Center Le 116 (Montreuil) or the Brouillage radio art festival(Paris).

He creates sound installations by focusing his work on the listening experience. Either from recorded material he collects, or from microphones/speakers systems built in the exhibition space, sound creates a story in space and time. Most of the time invisible or hidden, these installation propose light gaps from reality that led through or ears to a reinterpretation of spaces.

His interests for sociology and political forms led him to research on the interactions between people. Morerecently, he approached food and the meal ritual, by combining it with sounds walks or listening experiences, inspired by the music avant-gardes of the 60s. He explores the porisity between the listening and eating experience, both personal and shared at the same time.