Is it possible to replicate something technically exactly that has taken place analogously? Isn't a document always a document of a document?
Is it possible to replicate something technically exactly that has taken place analogously? Isn't a document always a document of a document? Where does veracity end and replication begin?
The composers, multimedia artists and performers Óscar Escudero and Belenish Moreno-Gil explore these questions in the piece "Subnormal Europe" and create an aesthetically fascinating performance that deals with audiovisual fragments, follows the traces of European community and congenially brings the data overstimulation in the media onto the stage. In doing so, they put the alto Noa Frenkel into a kind of - as she herself says - 3D video game.
With: Óscar Escudero, Belenish Moreno-Gil (concept/composition/dramaturgy/direction/costume/text/video and audio production), Noa Frenkel (contralto), Sebastian Schottke (voice); ZKM | Hertz-Labor: Ludger Brümmer (project direction), Götz Dipper (project coordination/live electronics), Moritz Büchner (video studio: technical direction video), Andy Koch (video studio: camera), Hans Gass (set stage/lighting), Sebastian Schottke (live electronics/sound direction), Jakob Schreiber (sound recording).