A historian of contemporary theatre, specializing in digital humanities and digital performances, Clarisse Bardiot is a full professor at Université Rennes 2 and a research fellow at the CNRS (Thalim laboratory).(show more…)
Her scientific background is the epistemology of the performing arts and digital technologies. Over the years, the focus has shifted from history and aesthetics (digital performances) to the question of the memory and historiography of theatre (theatre analytics). Her research is focused on digital humanities, the history and aesthetics of digital performance, the relationship between art, science and technology, the preservation of digital works, and experimental publishing.(show less…)
Tétras-libre is a SARL for development and services in free software. The goal of Tétras-libre is to allow its employees and associates to live from interesting, useful, unalienating and gratifying work in accordance with their values. This is why Tétras-libre as a moral person and all of its employees and associates agree to respect an ethical charter.(show more…)
Tétras-libre was created by David Beniamine and Sebastien Curt, study and cycling comrades, and ex-colleagues at LIG.
Tétras-libre is a double play on words: the “Tétras lyre”, which is their logo, is a native bird of the Alpes and represents their local anchorage and their desire to work in a way that is respectful of the environment with durable development. Tétras Libre are also the four fundamental freedoms of free software which is the starting point for their ethical project.(show less…)
Jacob Hart is a postdoctoral researcher on the MemoRekall project. He obtained his Ph.D. in musicology from the University of Huddersfield (UK) in 2021 as a part of the FluCoMa project.(show more…)
Jacob joined the MemoRekall project in 2022. He is responsible for a new phase of development of the software with two objectives: make MemoRekall compatible with the IIIF standard and integrate artificial intelligence and machine learning tools for corpus manipulation. His research focalizes on the tracking of the creative process of techno-fluent artists, and developing new approaches in computational musicology and the digital humanities. He is interested in the nature of the contemporary ear, ludomusicology, experimental music analysis and digital sound visualization. He is also a musician, creative coder and writer.(show less…)
Buzzing Light is an interactive design studio based in Paris. We focus on crafting interactions for cultural institutions and creative tools for digital artists, with close attention to design and user experience.
Edwige Perrot holds a PhD in performing arts. She teaches litterature and contemporary theatre from middle school to university.