by Dimitri de Perrot
The scenic 3D-sound installation uses high-traffic places in the public space to extract an interventionist theatricality from a deadlocked randomness of their daily rituals and processes, thus opening up a widening view of the interstices of the supposed familiar.
„One aspect of the work that was repeatedly emphasised in the reactions and, it seems, touched the visitors, was the restrained design of the work. I was concerned to show the work compositionally and in volume as part of a whole, a more complex structure. I was particularly pleased with the comments, because with this work I wanted to emphasise precisely this communal coexistence.“ (Dimitri de Perrot, Interview)
Concept / composition / set design: Dimitri de Perrot
Additional music and sound research: David Bircher, Michael Flury, Vera Kappeler, Julian Sartorius, Peter Bräker.
Sound engineering and programming @ ICST: Peter Färber
Sound design: Max Molling
Light designe and electronic: Jay Schütz
Technical support stage set: Patrick Hari
Construction stage set: Dick Ko Art Production
Construction assistance: Leo Hoffmann
Technical office Studio DdP: Pablo Weber
Think Tank and communication Studio DdP: Christoph Meier
Executive Production and Diffusion: Studio DdP
Co-production: Hong Kong Arts Centre, ICST (Institute for Computer Music and Sound Technology @ Zurich University of the Arts - ZHdK), Studio DdP.
Sponsor: Hysan Development Company Limited.
Support: Zurich department of cultural affaires, Department of cultural affaires Canton Zurich, Pro Helvetia - Swiss Arts Council, Stiftung Corymbo, Ernst Göhner Stiftung, Landis & Gyr Stiftung.
End rehearsals at Hong Kong Arts Centre with premiere on the 13th of July 2018 at Hysan Place Hong Kong @ Dragonix Multi-Arts Festival 2018.
Photo © 1 Adrian Huber, 2 + 3 Alexis Saile
SCHAUFENSTER #2 by Domi Chansorn
May 27th and 28th at
Hof Blum / Froh Aussicht - Opening weekend of the exhibition "GIFT"