Hours and dates
- From Oct 27 to Oct 28 from 10:00 to 18:00
Born in 2015 during an educational workshop led by the Master ITER (Innovation and Territory) and the LabEx ITEM (Innovation and Mountain Territories), at the Institute of Alpine Geography in Grenoble, France, the Losonnante project was initiated by Sébastien Depertat, joined in 2017 by Thomas Bonnenfant.
Losonnante is an original sound installation in that it offers a bone conduction listening experience. The sound is therefore not projected into space through the air, it travels along the elbows, arms, hands to the ears.
Perfect for noisy places
Bone conduction listening offers unparalleled sonic possibilities and depth in noisy places. Hands on your ears, you isolate yourself from the outside world.
A discreet sound bubble
Losonnante is a listening device that is discreet from those around it. It does not generate sound conflicts and can be installed in environments sensitive to noise.
The device offers a simple surface where you can put your elbows. There is no specific equipment. Depending on the position of the hands on the ears, the sound changes slightly allowing everyone to find the most suitable listening position.