Musical theater by Hofmann / van Bebber / Rodrigo / Huber
For the second time, the extremely mixed choir of amateurs, professionals, and the semi-literate is making a guest appearance in Basel and is now devoting itself to living together in the "Digitalocene. How are contemporary technologies changing coexistence? Is it possible to act in a fear-free and responsible manner in view of the omnipresent continuous media coverage? In the midst of spectators, speaker trees and cable groves, surrounded by acoustic overload and digital relief, an installative concert for human and non-human sound bodies is created: a song about the loneliness of humans, the love of machines and the confusion of the world.
Trigger warning: The performance sometimes uses diffuse lighting and intense, sometimes unfamiliar sounds (including repetitive and high-pitched tones) that could cause sensory overload in people sensitive to them.
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