Resonance. Louis Vuitton.

When Yves Carcelle asked Abdesslam Oulahbib to create a project for the arrival of Louis Vuitton in Mongolia, the two men were standing inside The Yellow Room, a sound installation Oulahbib had made for the Orient Without Borders exhibition at the Espace Culturel Louis Vuitton, located on Rue Bassano. The epic sounds born from Mongolia quickly carried Oulahbib along through voices, winds, breaths of air and vibrations, toward the ancient mythology of universal song - sounds that hail from before the dawn of language. In response to a desire to extend the listening experience above and beyond this world, toward an otherness, Abdesslam Oulahbib conceived of a contemporary musical meeting between here and there, thus breathing life into an unheard of, extraordinarily poetic language.
 

 
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An original creation by Abdesslam Oulahbib. Directyed by Abdesslam Oulahbib & Mathieu César. Photography by Mathieu César.