Ludovic Chemarin© Moments, 2018

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Slipcase, 31,5 x 31,5 x 2,5 cm
Contains 3 vinyls records and a booklet
Vinyl 1 - Moment I - B-side: 15'15''
Vinyl 2 - Moment II & III - A-side: 16'35''
B-side: 15'52''
Vinyl 3 - Moment IV - A-side : 12'30''
Booklet, 31 x 31 cm, 40 pages
Text by Olivier Combault
Translation by Kate Combault
Music by Christophe Demarthe aka Cocoon
Mastering by dK Mastering
Photographs by Gilbert Brun


Edition of 250 copies
Produced and published by mfc-michèle didier in 2018

© 2018 Ludovic Chemarin© and  mfc-michèle didier
NB: All rights reserved. No part of this edition may be reproduced in any form or by any means without written permission of the artist and the publisher.

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Continuing the logic of co-authoring, music was entrusted to musician Christophe Demarthe and libretto's text to writer Olivier Combault. The box brings together four composite moments, to immerse oneself in a particular atmosphere, sharing and appropriating Ludovic Chemarin©. A text derived from the biography Total Recall, 38,652 signes (espaces compris), taking the form of a singular fiction, offers a literary interpretation of the artist.

This production opens a more intimate, airy, diffuse and sensitive dimension around the project and the artist ©.

The musician Christophe Demarthe, aka Coccon, is the singer of Clair Obscur, one of the leading French bands of the 80s post-punk scene, and today co-founder of the project Acoustic Cameras. Cocoon presents itself as a global project mixing indifferently electronic music, video, photo, text, performance. A global project that led Ludovic Chemarin© proposing to him to compose a new and intimate work, giving life to a sound atmosphere specific to the project and its singularity.
Olivier Combault is a writer and professor of modern letters. The text of the libretto entrusted to him presents itself as a fiction, using writing and words as an attempt to create a self-portrait or multiple births of Ludovic Chemarin©. A literary interpretation that makes sense in the evolution of the project and its scope.

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