Rudy Decelière

Rudy Decelière was born in Tassin-La-Demi-Lune (FR) in 1979. He lives and works in Geneva (CH). From 1999 to 2003, he studied at the Ecole Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (ESBA) in Geneva with Carmen Perrin. His artwork mainly focuses on sound and consists of sound installations in public spaces or exhibition spaces. He also practises as a soundman and film editor for the cinema. He collaborated in several fictional and documentary feature-length and short films, notably with Donatella Bernardi, Samantha Granger, Carlos Lopez, Marco Poloni and Thomas Keller. In the framework of his interest for sound, he created a temporary radio during the Eternal Tour festival 2009, in collaboration with Marie Jeanson, and produced soundscapes for transdisciplinary works.

Eternal Bike Tour

Thirty days on the road: by bicycle, bus and train. Leaving Geneva in direction of Sarajevo on November 5th and aiming to reach Jerusalem one month later, in order to attend the Eternal Tour festival 2010. Every day we shall ask a person we meet on the road to read or recite a text from the Bible, the Quran or the Torah, or from other religious sources related to the three monotheisms: Christianity, Islam and Judaism in Bosnia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia, Greece, Turkey, Syria, Jordan, Palestine (West Bank) and Jerusalem. The trip will be recorded: sounds and images, videos, photographs and sculptures. This material, collected from “West” to “East” will first be shown during the festival as rough material and will later be edited for further venues as a multimedia installation.

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