Extracting the Invisible Histories of Objects

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Documentation of the first experiments with an instructional score for ordinary objects and an audience member.

I was interested in triggering multiple choreographies, both in the body and imagination, and the possibility of the appearance of the invisible biographies of the objects we use daily. I wanted to release the objects from their functions and find a space where the human being and the object could enjoy their dysfunctional meeting.


2015; everyday objects, instructional audio score



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