Screen-Sharing (Neue Musik Rümlingen, 2017)
Added on 27 August 2019
- Year of creation
- Festival Neue Musik Rümlingen
Credits and thanks
This 45-minute intermedial live performance about the question of being present inbetween the real and the digital world. A space created with different transmedial existences searching for ways to overcome the obstacle of expression. Six solo pieces from the Public Privacy series and iScreen, YouScream! for instrument, video and electronics are re-writed, staged and directed for SCREEN-SHARING.
The staging refers to a hacker space as an interface between the uninhabitable reality and an artificial, virtual living space. The connection between staging and performance create a model of a world, in which the body and the virtual representation can’t exist without the other part – and at the same time both existences are competing for attention and visibility.
intermedial live performance for four musicians
premiered: 12/13.08.2017 Festival Rümlingen
performer: 4 performer (or 5) & 2 sound/video engineers
commissionend by: Festival Rümlingen & Ernst von Siemens Musikstiftung (PP#6: „bright no more“)