The Long and Short of It: a sound and performance installation

06.30 PM - 08.00 PM

Conflictorium
Gool Lodge Opposite R.C High School of Commerce, Delhi Chakla, Ahmedabad.

With Tickets – 300/-.

2018-11-18 18:30:00 2018-11-18 20:00:00 Asia/Kolkata The Long and Short of It: a sound and performance installation

The Long and Short of It – a sound and performance installation by Poorna Swami and Marcel Zaes

The Long and Short of It is a durational sound and performance installation. In a sparse landscape of microphones and amplifiers, bodies find, occupy, and are displaced from land. Each body must act within a set of rules, while also confronting residues of previously occupied lands. In this unrelenting cycle, bodies wither as they try to keep time. Audiences are invited to enter, move around, exit, and re-enter whenever they like.

An immersive soundscape of heavy, delicate, distorted, and sustained noise marks the setting. Dissipating time is amplified by recurring pulses. Never quite on stable ground, each body is absorbed into sequences of displacement and return. Intimacy emerges from these stark conditions. It remains unclear whether this is a map or the landscape itself.

Performance: Ronita Mookerji, Purnendra Meshram, and Prashant More
Lighting and design collaboration: Sujay Saple

An outcome of Marcel Zaes’ Studio Residency supported by Pro Helvetia – Swiss Arts Council.

 

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Conflictorium
Gool Lodge Opposite R.C High School of Commerce, Delhi Chakla, Ahmedabad.

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The Long and Short of It – a sound and performance installation by Poorna Swami and Marcel Zaes

The Long and Short of It is a durational sound and performance installation. In a sparse landscape of microphones and amplifiers, bodies find, occupy, and are displaced from land. Each body must act within a set of rules, while also confronting residues of previously occupied lands. In this unrelenting cycle, bodies wither as they try to keep time. Audiences are invited to enter, move around, exit, and re-enter whenever they like.

An immersive soundscape of heavy, delicate, distorted, and sustained noise marks the setting. Dissipating time is amplified by recurring pulses. Never quite on stable ground, each body is absorbed into sequences of displacement and return. Intimacy emerges from these stark conditions. It remains unclear whether this is a map or the landscape itself.

Performance: Ronita Mookerji, Purnendra Meshram, and Prashant More
Lighting and design collaboration: Sujay Saple

An outcome of Marcel Zaes’ Studio Residency supported by Pro Helvetia – Swiss Arts Council.

 

Source : Facebook.




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