Animation “Jeux d’eau” by Suejin Jung and Timothée Lambert

Artists-in-residence Suejin Jung and Timothée Lambert have collaborated on the piece “Jeux d’eau” by Maurice Ravel (1875-1937) to create a short animated film.

“Two years ago, I started research on the topic of birds and fish, in observing their differences, nature, genre, and violence. The research focused on literature, drawings, paintings, cartoons, and animation. When my friend Suejin asked me to collaborate on Jeux d’eau by Maurice Ravel, I saw an opportunity to develop my research farther and utilize my knowledge of graphics and animation techniques. This music reminds me of The Legend of Zelda, a Japanese video game I liked to play since my childhood, and it was a great pleasure to work on this composition.” ~Timothée Lambert

About the Artists

Korean American pianist Suejin Jung has appeared in concert at prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Steinway Hall, Count Basie Theatre, le Poisson Rouge, and other opportunities through the Stecher and Horowitz Foundation. Highlights of 2019-2020 season include an artist residency at the Fondation des États-Unis in Paris, France as a recipient of the Harriet Hale Woolley Scholarship, performance at Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, and guest artist appearance at the Vršac International Chamber Music Festival in Vršac, Serbia. Her interview and performances have been broadcasted live on WWFM radio and aired nationally in a documentary Piano Forte on PBS. She studied at The Juilliard School and is a candidate of DMA at the Mason Gross School of the Arts of Rutgers University. Currently, she is pursuing a stage de perfectionnement at the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris where she is working closely with Anne Queffélec.

Born in 1997, Timothee Lambert began his artistic studies in the preparatory class of ENSBA Lyon, before starting at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs. After photography and stage design, he went back to his childhood obsession: drawings, stories, and lettering. His current works are taken and composed from diaries, impulsive ideas, in order to become comfortable with them and to create intimacy with the reader.

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