His oblique concerts inspired by the genres of stand-up comedy, live musical or pop acts are opportunities to invent synergies between electronic music, performance art and documentary practices. They are regularly presented in the contexts of visual arts (Centre Pompidou - Metz, Fondation Cartier, etc), indie music (Centquatre, Nouveau Casino), or performing arts (Usine C - Montréal, Crossing the Line - New York, Steirischer Herbst - Graz , Kunstenfestivaldesarts, etc)..
In 2010, he won the PHONURGIA NOVA grant for his project - MENACE, FANTÔMES (2011) - led with the author Caroline Masini and developed since then a serie of documentary projects using songwriting as a pretext to testimony and exchange : NOS JOURS, ABSOLUMENT, DOIVENT ÊTRE ILLUMINÉS (2011) developed with the movie director Jean-Gabriel Périot and an group of prisoners of the Orléans jailhouse, - LES ÎLES ARTIFICIELLES (2015) with the employees of an insurance company.
He composes for movie directors - Héléna Villovitch, Louise Hervé & Chloé Maillet, Arnold Pasquier, Vincent Dieutre -, theater makers - Emmanuel Daumas, Vanasay Kamphommala, Geoffroy Rondeau - and choreographers - Mette Ingvartsen, Philipp Gehmacher, Jen Rosenblit, Eszter Salamon, Carole Perdereau, Marcela Santander and Eleanor Bauer -.
Winner of the Prix PARIS JEUNES TALENTS 09, the GRAND ZEBROCK and the FAIR 2010, his electronic songs project first LP, THIS IS THE HELLO MONSTER !, has been selected among the 2010 best records of the french newspaper LIBÉRATION. In 2016, he released, ICOSAÈDRE, a french-speaking EP produced by the electronic musician CHAPELIER FOU.
Since then, he develops HOT BODIES OF THE FUTURE !, a performative and musical research cycle on alternative forms of sexualities and queer micro-politics within which he initiates experimental queer healing choir projects - HOT BODIES - CHOIRS -, inclusive parties - A QUEER CLUB FOR HOT BODIES OF THE FUTURE !, performances - HOT BODIES - STAND UP - and a brand new music project - TAREK X -.
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