Galm

A feverish-music-text-work around habituation and reverberation.

Together Alan Van Rompuy and Dounia Mahammed want to make a feverish-music-and-text work that floats somewhere between a behaviour and a performance.

Central to their initial research are: noise pollution (for both humans and animals), patterns, selective hearing, habituation and noise in relation to silence: something that ceases to exist, the (after-) reverb, echo, re-membering of something that is past, making it more tangible or audible than when it still existed.

Everyone, with their own background, wants their music, text and movement to flow into one another, to be a consequence of each other, to place them in a different context. Movement brings sound, repetition brings rhythm, word becomes sound, sound becomes feeling/felt.

In a playful (de) construction of different languages, they search for meaning and nonsense, for abstraction and language fluctuating between the intelligible and that which is only tangible.


vr 27.03.2020 @  19:30

During PARCOURS #6 - ABOUT RITUALS - Scène (musical performance)