Teddy Larue is a French artist based in Leipzig. He received his bachelor’s degree in art from the University of Paris 1 Sorbonne in 2012 and his master’s degree in visual arts with a focus on sound from the Haute Ecole des Arts du Rhin in Mulhouse in 2015. Teddy Larue’s work is based on a critical approach to listening. Since 2013, he has been active in the experimental and electronic music scene, performing throughout Europe.

Teddy Larue is currently working on creating live ambisonic sound environments that interpret a digital world within a speculative dystopian future. He uses granular synthesis, field recordings, samplers, eurorack and Max for Live to distort, repeat and modify sounds beyond recognition.

These performances can be played spatially through soundscapes in Ambisonic / mutichanel.

Teddy’s music is released on the EZ label and Lost Dogs Entertainment with his solo project Nuances d’engrais. Nuances d’engrais offers live performances at the edge of experimental music and breakcore. His duo Multipolar, working on ambient soundscapes, is released on UNSE Records Paris.

Example for light design in Slug
GLEEETCH performing at Slug
Picture Livia Hanson

He regularly collaborates with other artists in different fields. In addition, he works on design concepts and creative techniques in the field of sound, light and video, in collaboration with places or organisations such as Hitnessclub, Free Film Lab, Sphere Radio, Slug, Museum of Printmaking and other structures, theatres like ensemble 23, cultural places or for the production of film compositions or for creative realisation of broadcast or web video.