Since December 2016, Diane Martinot and Sébastien Branche are collaborating, finding a common ground in the idea of materiality. They are looking into ways to mix light and sound to create a new element that includes both, or is a trace of both. This led to their first exhibition in June 2017, Phontogramme which presented a series of sound-influenced photos from a cassette-tape as well as an installation around a fridge including both photos and sound elements.
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1st part of our exhibition Phontogramme, this is a series of photos of a cassette-tape, influenced by sounds both during the taking and the developing of the pictures.

This is our pilot work, which helped us develop our techniques and ideas.


This is our second part of our Phontogramme exhibition. It consists in an installation around a fridge, twisted both visually and sonically, inviting to give a new ear and a new look at a mundane and sometimes annoying object part of our daily life.