Tin cans, whistles, locomotive suspension springs, porcelain bowls, compressor top bells, ping pong balls, agave dry leaves, sponges, steel wires, branches, paper foils, plastic bags, silver papers, pink gloves, piano, balloons, buckets, feathers, water, scraps, peebles, flower pots, guitar, metal tubes, paulownia tree seeds, pearls, bamboo sticks, logs, bones, stones, filter queens…
Rie Nakajima and Pierre Berthet create ways to let things vibrate, their acoustic shadows dancing around, eventually encouraging them to produce sounds and resonate by various means: to hit, caress, shake, beat, scrape, scratch, claw, boil, clap, rattle, rock, throw, move, magnetize, clamp, cook, pinch, galvanize, motorize, bow, blow, pluck, heath up, let flow, freeze, drop, drip, connect, roll, mix, extend, sing… rienakajima.com pierre.berthet.be
This evening is part of an ongoing series of events organized by Lucerne based magazine zweikommasieben — a publication that has been devoted to the documentation of contemporary music and sounds since the summer of 2011. The magazine features artist interviews, essays and columns as well as photography, illustration and graphics. In addition zweikommasieben organizes concerts, performances, club nights and other events in various cities. zweikommasieben.ch
Supported by: Stadt Luzern FUKA Fonds, Migros-Kulturprozent, Wallonie-Bruxelles International.