jul
18
lør
2020
Duo/Solo Performance COLD HAWAII dance – cello – electronic music
jul 18 @ 19:30 – 21:30

Lørdag 18. juli 2020 kl. 19.30 på Kirstens Kjærs Museum, Frøstrup

Victoria Hauke & Andi Otto (Hamburg, Tyskland)

Duo/Solo Performance COLD HAWAII

dans – cello – elektronisk musik

Andi Otto spiller med en speciel cellobue med sensor. En lignende tyngdekrafts-sensor på Victoria Haukes krop oversætter dansebevægelserne direkte til lyd: man surfer på en bølge af lyd og bevægelse.

Efter forestillingen har publikum mulighed for få en snak med kunstnerne om deres arbejde.  

victoriahauke.de  andiotto.com

Entré: 50 kr inkl. forfriskning

Tilmelding på info@kkmuseum.dk maks. 50 personer

Tak for støtte til rejseomkostninger til The Free and Hanseactic City of Hamburg, Ministery of Culture and Media, International Exchange.

English: This evening the choreographer/dancer Victoria Hauke and the composer/sounddesigner Andi Otto show excerpts from their works.
Their meanwhile 10 years lasting international collaboration kept revolving around the question: What is the relation between dance and music? Is the dance following the music – is the music accompanying the dance? Or…?
In Duo and Solo parts they unfold an evening around ways of interaction between sound and movement.
Andi Otto will  play a self-built sensor-extended cello bow called ‘Fello’,
whereas at times a simular gravity sensor, attached to the body of the dancer, will translate dance movement directly into sound: surfing on a wave of sound and movement.
Inbetween the artists will give short introductions to the background of what they are doing. And the performance is open to close up with an artist talk.