October 12, 2022

Day 3 - 

1345 Ave. Lalonde, Montréal, QC H2L 5A9

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JTTP 2022

First prize winners at the 23ⁿᵈ edition of the Jeu de temps / Times Play contest of the Canadian electroacoustic community (CEC)
JTTP - Latin America

Elliot Yair Hernández López

Born June 3, 1999 in Mexico City.
He studied sound art with Manuel Rocha Iturbide, electroacoustic composition with Edmar Soria and electronic art with Hugo Solis. He has presented his audiovisual works and electroacoustic pieces in different countries such as Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Argentina, United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Japan, Portugal, Switzerland and Europe. 'Austria. He recently won the international competition “Young Lion*ess of Acousmatic Music” and won first place in the JTTP Latin America award. As a digital artist, he seeks to experiment with different objects and different disciplines to create immersive pieces. , reflexive and abstract in order to offer the public sensations and emotions through audiovisual elements.


Ritual (2021) 5’25’’
"Ritual" is a sonic exploration that combines digitally transformed everyday sounds; the play tells the story of a being trapped in an eternal dream that repeats endlessly, each repetition being a deeper and deeper dream stage.
  •     Close your eyes, inhale and exhale, repeat three times. am I listening?
  • Move, feel the sound.What's going on?A dream, a dream come true.
    Do you hear the voices?
  • I feel like I'm trapped , it's such an unreal feeling.
  • What do you feel? Anxiety, as if everything was closing around me.
  • Do you hear the bells?
  • No, I don't hear anything, I only feel this body that holds me, in an eternal illusion.
    Listen carefully to the mantra...

JTTP - Canada

Joseph Sims

Joseph Sims is an emerging electroacoustic composer who focuses on multichannel composition and sound design for visual media. With roots in folk music, his compositional approach remains grounded in intuition and emphasizes the kinetic potential of sound organization. His education in visual arts has led to a keen interest in multidisciplinary projects. This is expressed through frequent collaboration with animators, film makers, and artists. He is currently completing his BFA in Electroacoustic Studies at Concordia University.

Katie Finn

Katie is an emerging illustrator and animator born in London, Ontario and currently living / working in Montreal, Quebec. Her work incorporates a mixture of analog and digital techniques, exploring new mediums in order to service the experiential and narrative possibilities of animation. She finished her BFA in Film Animation at Concordia University in 2022. Katie will continue to animate forever


e (mi) [A/V] (2022) 7’11’’

A collaborative audio-visual composition created by Joseph Sims (sound) and Katie Finn (animation). The piece explores contemporary and historical aesthetics of visual-music, displaying a variety of gestural and textural sound-image relationships. The focus was to create even hierarchical status in both the visuals and sound. This was achieved by each artist influencing both mediums at various stages of the creation. The macro and mezzo structures were determined by a visual score, while gestural energy and textural aesthetics were realized through the sonic material.