The installation is a collective study in creating a tactile and visual interpretation of SØS Gunver Ryberg’s audio universe.
The artists have been inspired by the Japanese performance genre Butoh; an anti-theater form where human transforms into the unrecognizable.
In Butoh, the body is in permanent crisis, the core being in the metamorphosis between different states, life and death, past and present, man and woman, culture and nature.
Video: 09.26 min. Audio: 16.44 min.
The work uses a polyrhythmic relationship between sound and image, so sound and image shift and give the audience a new experience when visiting the work again.
Composition, spatialization, performer, film editing and concept : SØS Gunver Ryberg
Scenography for installation, visuel concept for video material : Nathalie Mellbye
Direction, work method and concept: Anja Behrens
Anne Kathrine Bindesbøll: Cinematographer
Ada Wesołowska : Light and camera assistent
Sune Petersen : Projection consultant and programming of the installations playback.
Cristian Vogel : Technical support spatial lyd
Flux:: sound and picture development Flux Spat Revolution
The Danish Arts Foundation
Evelyn Hriberšek Artistic Direction. Creative Direction. Experience Design.
SØS Gunver Ryberg Spatial Sound Composition.
Christopher Grouls Visual Arts & Graphics.
Denise Fleckenstein. Evelyn Hriberšek Costume Design.
Nikolaus Völzow Software.
Evelyn Hriberšek. schæfer& sœhne Production.