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Focusing on art expressions on the limits between the sonic and the visual, the first edition of Numeci festival in Paris has presented a wide arrange of underground experimental artists this past weekend. On July 4 and 5, artists, DJs and festivalgoers shared the fifteenth floor of Ideactif’s tower in Clichy on an intimate event whose aim is to push the boundaries about contemporary expressions by focusing on sound and audio-visual art.

From DJ sets by Yuri Beluga, the duo Lulu van Trapp, Moksha, and live acts by newcomers such as Paulie Jan, David Siink, Verset Zero, rising Spanish star Halley, or the experienced Franco-German Olaf Hund, Numeci has seen it all: ambient, techno, industrial or drone. The many installations across multiple rooms – a maze, the ozone tears, or the sonic tree, among others – also turned the space into a surreal setting looking into the future. And, to top it all, the performances by Théo Roux, Vladimir Hugot, and the dancer and choreographer Thomas Ballvère were the icing on the cake. The organizers are confident that there will be a second edition. What will it bring? We can only wait. In the meantime, here are the pictures of the first edition.

Arnau Salvadó
Luc Bertrand

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