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We fight is the second part of a cycle of works of various natures, the number of which is not limited and which revolve around certain phenomena induced by the globalized techno-capitalist society. This cycle is called Chronicles of Ordinary Erasure.
One way or another, the exponential development of technological prostheses produces a set of social situations and behaviours that generate new sound environments. Either directly by colonizing public and private space with objects producing sounds, or by inducing behavioural mutations that involve the increased production of sounds in space and time. The same goes for the light.
We fight is more specifically interested in two cases of figures resulting from this phenomenon: the sonification of the computer code and the sound productions generated by the actions of resistance to the techno-capitalist society. A third element, more symbolic, more timeless, the sounds coming from combat sports, allows a distance and assumes structural functions in the unfolding of the piece.
As its title suggests, this work works on confrontation, confrontation, resistance both in terms of its materials and its construction. Perhaps it bears a trace of growing anger…

François Donato, 2018


from Chroniques de l'effacement ordinaire - vol​.​1, track released June 23, 2020
All the people protesting in the streets of Toulouse in 2016 and 2017 against the neo-liberal violence


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