Immortelle is an atmospheric and figurative 6DOF work illustrating the flights and falls of psychological endurance. Featuring a cathartic flux of sonic and visual fragments, this unpredictable piece opens a door to how a mind in internal turmoil redefines the outside world.
The viewer travels through different scenes and seasons, paves through evocative empty structures, wades through waves and mountain peaks, and encounters a presence in a vacuum.
Immortelle evokes how visceral perceptions of our environment mirror our transformations, showing both the softer and fiery sides of a fighter spirit.
Line Katcho is a composer and audio-visual artist from Montréal. Primarily interested in sound and image as demonstrations of motion, forces, or gestures, she also distinguishes herself through an affinity for perceptual games, and a talent for use of affect.
Radiating a narrative and cinematic feel, her work is driven and provocative, fusing reference to abstraction, experimentation to tradition. Leaning towards a mixing of styles, genres, and applied methods, her empirical approach aims to create a sensory and cathartic experience rooted in expression in pursuit of authenticity.