Ambisonics is a sophisticated audio recording and reproduction technique designed to capture and reproduce sound in a three-dimensional, spherical space. Ambisonics aims to create a full-sphere immersive audio experience, where sound can come from any direction, including above and below the listener.
Teddy Larue discoveres this field of audio-work namely multichannel diffusions and ambisonic systems. A milestone was his performance for KOLORIT last year in Düsseldorf, where he performed the piece ‘Taste of a dream’ in quadraphonic System
This year Teddy Larue is funded by the KDFS to present his work on ambisonic soundsystems in Prague Quadrennial : Sound Kitchen, archicture and design festivall, Enveloppe Festival, in Vilnius Envelope Festival is an event series across the Nordic-Baltic region, hosting spatial music concerts, sound art installations, OTTOsonics in Linz, and Ground Zero in Lyon.
His ambisonic research involves an electroacoustic approach, distorted field recordings of the existing ecosystem, questioning the artificial boundary between sound and materiality. The music piece enables a journey into a speculative dystopian future, emphasising the interdependence between materiality and transcendence. The project aims to create a new world where the audience can experience a post-human future that has already ended.