Practical guide to Holes inaugurates a series of works inspired by audio guides, those sound devices that present, locate, list, indicate, explain or index objects (artworks,monuments, archaeological pieces, etc.). These works share the title "Practical guide to: ..." and are designed as a "practical introduction" to a given subject. This one tells us what can happen with holes in vintage video games.
Practical guide to extended anatomy was originally conceived as an audio-visual installation that can run forever: the 4-minute loop (duration of the version presented in this concert) that composes it is a palindrome. It introduces us to the tensions of augmented anatomy with the sole means of editing found sound and found footage. The original version was exposed from June to August at the exposition ECCO at Villa Médicis.