Knowing that X without believing that X - No I
Performative concert with choreographic thoughts
2 bodies and 1 piano
The founding principles are compositions of Joseph Haydn, Domenico Scarlatti, Beat Furrer and Moton Feldmann performed by pianist Samuel. Both performers decide on a protocoll that regulates their relation with one another and with audience members. This process is a space-time for spontaneity. What if durations were measured on other terms? For instance the time taken to eat an apple. This tacitly challenges the perception of live music. And supposing we are many people in a room, which kind of presence do underline, expand, divert, soften, or contradict the other ones?