In "III MICRO" Ensemble Interface changes the scale of their instruments. After the macroscopic of KlangMøbil(e) they now focus on the microscopic of electronic...
In "III MICRO" Ensemble Interface changes the scale of their instruments. After the macroscopic of KlangMøbil(e), they now focus on the microscopic of electronic instruments. The performers couple their bodies with electric circuits. Blood and electricity flow through the veins of the 'man-machine-creatures'. From the movements of these hybrid beasts, recorded with the help of sensors, digital listening spaces emerge that question the authorship of compositional 'monuments'. Traditional dualisms such as work and performance, composer and performer, instrumentalist and instrument, performer and audience, body and technology are suspended. Between electronics and acoustics, visitors hear the microscopic miniatures via headphones in intimate scenes 1:1.
In co-production with the collective Mycelium
Bettina Berger (flutes/performance), Stefanie Mirwald (accordion/performance), Anna d'Errico (piano/performance), Mariella Bachmann (clarinets/performance), Andrea Nagy (clarinets/performance), Robert Torche (electronics/performance), Christophe Mathias (cello/performance), HannaH Walter (violin/performance).
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