Trixie Whitley | Porta Bohemica

Still from the concert visuals for Trixie Whitley ’s Porta Bohemica tour.
On-screen visuals are developed in close colaboration with Victor Robyn . Continue Reading →

HYOID & ATON’&ARMIDE | Wanneer ze sterven, zingen de mensen

Quando Stanno Morendo | Luigi Nono

De muziek is vaak verstild, zelfs fragiel. Op andere momenten creëert Nono door elektronische manipulatie van de instrumenten een mysterieus, soms verontrustend klankgeweld dat via een hele reeks luidsprekers de luisteraars sonisch inkapselt.

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Crippled Symmetry | Morton Feldman

In Morton Feldman’s music, silence plays a prominent role, thanks to the hushed volume and the interval between sounds. Continue Reading →

Pierrot Lunaire – Opus 21 | Arnold Schönberg

Pierrot Lunaire, composed by Arnold Schönberg in 1912 on poems by the Belgian symbolist Albert Giraud. The music of Arnold Schönberg, especially ‘Pierrot Lunaire’, is a hallucinatory masterpiece and an absolute landmark of musical history.
Performed with the Belgian ensemble Het Collectief. Continue Reading →

Happy End | Georges Apergis

A gently paced film animation – a boundless wander through imaginary cities. This long adventure is responded to by Aperghis’ music.
The project Happy End is the result of a remarkable artistic triangle: the French composer Georges Aperghis, the Belgian visual artists Hans Op de Beeck, Bruno Hardt and Klaas Verpoest and a tale by Charles Perrault (Tom Thumb, Le Petit Poucet). Continue Reading →

Huree

An animation based on the free association of found images. The animation is laid out on the double bass solo ‘Huree 5’ by Peter Jacquemyn. Continue Reading →

Het Huwelijk | Willem Elsschot

“Het Huwelijk” is a poem by the Belgian writer Willem Elsschot.
The typographic interpretation was made for “Tussen droom en Daad”,
the opening festival of the Willem Elsschot year in Antwerp. Continue Reading →

Sichtlaut Cadeiras

“Stühle wohin das Auge blickt.
Der ganze Raum ist gefüllt damit, der Publikumsraum wie die Bühne.
Ein Meer aus Rückenlehnen, Sitzflächen und Metallverstrebungen;
die Zuschauer darin niedergelassen wie Schwimmer oder gar Ertrinkende …“
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