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|Title:||Resonances: The sound of performance|
|Keywords:||Sound performance;Resonance;Composed theatre|
|Citation:||Hz-journal, no. 20, (July 2015)|
|Abstract:||It is a hot summer night in August 2013, as the audience gathers near the entrance of the large Gray Hall at the south side of the former coal mine Göttelborn (Germany). The sun has set, and there is only the gray light of dusk in the performance space inside, streaming through the large glass façade, falling onto a small array of stones laid out on the floor. Additional light from a video projector streams over the stones, and a tiny figure of a dancer is seen crawling over rocks, moving in the strange, a-syncopated rhythm of jump cuts. Slowly the sound of rocks scratching against a stone surface begins to be heard, it will remain the only sound for a while, then Japanese instrumentalist Emi Watanabe steps into the empty space with her flute.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Arts and Humanities Research Papers|
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