EXtended REsonances (2017) is an experimentation practice – shared between somatic dance, live electronics, guitar, and piano – that inquires the oscillation between the noisy dictatorship of technology and the thereby silenced organic body. It leads to a radical choreography of sounding bodies in an unstable analog en digital environment. Equipped with speakers and microphones, every research performance develops a web of relations between instruments and a body, every research performance creates extended resonances and shared echoes. In collaboration with C. Siega, C. Prampolini, and Q. Meurisse, supported by Arts Centre Vooruit, Gent, Gent Advanced Music Ensemble, and Ictus Ensemble Studios, Brussels.
Concept and movement by Klaas freek Devos in co-creation with Carlo Siega, Carlo Prampolini and Quentin Meurisse
With the support of Performing Arts and Training Studios (P.A.R.T.S.) // Gent Advanced Music Ensemble (GAME) // Artscentre Vooruit // Ictus Ensemble Studios
SMOG n°15 in Projectionroom, Brussels, December 2016.