Bande á Part ‒ Tanzbare Veranstaltung für Außenseiter presents:
A SILENT ROOM ‒ Movement & Sound Improvisation Vol.9
13 March 2018, Eschschloraque, Berlin
Ceren Oykut (Live Illustration)
Carlos Osatinsky (Dance)
Fernando Nicolas Pellicoli (Dance)
Joshua Tennent (Sound)
Safy Etiel aka. VJ Sniper (Projection and technical mentoring)
Yuko Matsuyama: Concept and Performance
Photo: Henryk Weiffenbach
* This event was 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.
- presse text for 13.3.2018 -
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."