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Launch of two audio works and a music video



Following the release of her instrumental mini-EP Lever l'ancre, multidisciplinary artist Véronique Trudel announces the release of a music video for the piece Michelle. Created with plants, without the use of a camera, this experimental film will be available on June 20 on the artist's YouTube channel and website.

Her new EP Lever l'ancre offers an immersive journey into a contemplative musical universe composed of two instrumental piano pieces, Octobre and Michelle. “These pieces, to be listened to one after the other, are a tribute to all those who have left us, deliberately or not, while offering a refuge to those who remain,” explains the artist. Octobre, “because it’s in October that he chose to raise anchor” is dedicated to a friend who chose to leave this world. The second composition, Michelle, is a tribute to a friend of the artist's who succumbed to fulminant cancer in 2021. Véronique and her shared love for plants, a source of inspiration for the music video.

This eco-processing and cameraless project was made using plants, vitamin C, washing soda and a 16mm film strip. Brian Lye's "Let's Phytogram!" workshop, hosted at the Oxygen Art Centre in Nelson, provided fresh insights to the artist, who has dedicated over 15 years to the study of herbology. “This training opened my eyes to my creative nature, beyond music”, she explains, cherishing the artisanal and abstract nature of the approach. This short film is also accompanied by a short story entitled my flower-friend(s).


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