Monday, 16 January 2012
I tried to find shelter at the bar where a person from the audience came by and overtly laughing started saying that the instrument which he couldn't even name it (oboe) reminded him something very funny which I hardly can recall now.
On my attempt for rationalization that night was that the people which happened to be there, were what I would call farmers & short-minded but that would be a rather arrogant and easy way of saying, so thinking about that came to my mind something that I always was puzzled with in my mind (without a reason until that day & mainly by one of mine teacher)
"for Whom and for Where-amongst others- you composed that piece" then I conclude that things are happening for a certain reason, even not joyful things, that is, false targeting may become hazardous for the artist.
Saturday, 14 January 2012
Choreography: Pauline Weijs & dancers
Dancers: Pauline de Laet, Clarissa Braga, Tim Volleman, Armando Disanto & Fernando Dominguez
Composition: Konstantinos Vasilakos
Scenography & Costumes: Lucinda Bouten
∞Is a three-part piece consisted by 3 layers of sound,
3 according to Aristotle is the number of everything "two are two three is everything".
Each layer of sound has its own movement independently from the other, but sharing the same purpose, the ultimate, primus movement.
The organization of the sounds occur from the relation among these objects, which comes naturally from what they represent.
Sound 1 earth.
Sound 2 sky.
Sound 3 Universe.
These elements have they are own dynamic evolution but in the end they fulfil the one ultimate goal, The Ultimate Move.
The characteristics of the music objects are derived by the natural behaviour of the physical elements i.e. the earth sound object realizes a movement similar to the earth’s rotation on its axis.
However the consecutive structure of these objects is an acoustical abstract scheme without a chronological representation of the elements. Because this attempt is not an explanation of what came first and what pre-existed but is just a sound manifestation of these natural elements.
This work is based and conceived by Aristotle’s ‘pragmatia’ (treatise) «On Heavens» about his ideas in ‘Cosmology’ and theories of the elements that consists the universe, alongside the problem of its Uniqueness and Infinity.
The structure and design of the sound objects were produced imaginary, based on his description about these natural phenomena and elements, universe, sky and earth.