Laurent T.

INFOS

Laurent T. is author / electronic music composer / artworker / photographer / videographer, born in 1967 and living near Paris.

He always liked all art forms, developing aesthe’s eye, and could equally be fascinated by a wowan curve than by a crack in a wall. Self-made, curious and perfectionist, he always works on several projects at once and creates in total isolation.

Since the 80’s, he was leader of several bands and done his first machines and samplers programmations in the 90’s.

After having experienced some reprography technics, Laurent T. came naturally to infography, seduced by the machines rigor and their ability to transcribe his universe, which articulates through two major vectors :

- photographic works, often cold, suggesting an industrial and aesthetic world where rigor is side by side with human weaknesses ; video Artworks.

- 3 music projects styles under « T. bunker » entity : coldwave / electrocold [Serial Nerves project]; dark industrial [Draxxx Insert project]; power-noise [Subworks project], Laurent T. favoring a rigorous, rich and often melodic composition. Parallel, he creates pictures to guide the listener to his music interpretation.

Exhibitions : Palais de Tokyo (Paris) 2004 ; Cabaret Sauvage (Paris) 2002

Discography : « l’Appel de la Muse » (AJE label), compilations with 90’s european famous coldwave bands.

Scenes : punk-rock gigs in the 80’s and with his cold-electro band in the 90’s ; 2 electro-industrial live sets as single-member band (Wien - Austria, 1996).

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First news in english

November 2013

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