Dienstag, 13. März ab 22Uhr

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Movement & Sound Improvisation Vol.9

Foto: Henryk Weiffenbach

In silence in a dark room, our mind recalls the colors and the sound.

Taking the question “How our perception for light and darkness could transmit into movement and sound” as a key to creation, performing-artist Yuko Matsuyama invites illustrator Ceren Oykut, multimedia-artist Safy Etiel, guitarist/sound designer Joshua Tennent, and improviser/choreographer Carlos Osatinsky & Fernando N. Pelliccioli for the 9th collaboration of the performance series Movement & Sound Improvisation (MSI).
The live projection by Safy Etiel and the black & white live-illustration by Ceren Oykut will be used as a silent dramaturgy for the improvisation. Joshua Tennent rises to the challenge to design sound for silence, and Fernando N. Pelliccioli & Carlos Osatinsky present the dialogue of dance and surrounding: “The ‘body’ is submerged in a flow of constant change of inner and outer necessities, in a permanent state of physical and mind dialogue between the organism and its surrounding. We consider ourselves as being in a permanent dance state of interrelated layers and are looking for a freer, more efficient, and creative spirit."


Performance :
Ceren Oykut (Projection)
Carlos Osatinsky (Dance)
Fernando N. Pelliccioli (Dance)
Joshua Tennent (Sound)
Safy Etiel aka. VJ Sniper (Projection and technical mentoring)

Concept and Performance:
Yuko Matsuyama

Further information:
MSI: https://www.facebook.com/kuenstlerkollektiv/
Ceren Oykut: http://cerenoykut.blogspot.de/
Safy Etiel: https://www.facebook.com/SafySniper/
Joshua Tennent: https://soundcloud.com/joshua-tennent
Carlos Osatinsky & Fernando N. Pelliccioli: https://ferychar.wixsite.com/site
Yuko Matsuyama: yuhki.de

This event is supported by the Heinrich-Böll Foundation, as a part of Matsuyama’s research project “A Silent Room”, inspired by the presence of the emptied room at Rosenthalerstr. 39, Museum Blindenwerkstatt Otto Weidt at Haus Schwarzenberg.     

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