The idea for this performance, besides my pure fascination of the vibration and sound, came from an observation of fungi links, connection and dependence. How the network beneath our feet could not only physically but also mentally shift our lives.
Despite living in a condition of trouble without end we see important to seek ways to avoid despair, to find way to live in curiosity and feel pleasure in the midst of chaos and indeterminacy.
As a mushroom, finishing the circuit, that emerges from degraded landscapes, there is this glimmer of hope amid precarity.
As a sound, finishing the circuit, that emerges from the chaos, there is this possibility of renewal.
“Precarity is the condition of being vulnerable to others. Unpredictable encounters transform us; we are not in control, even of ourselves. Unable to rely on a stable structure of community, we are thrown into shifting assemblages, which remake us as well as our others. We can’t rely on the status quo; everything is in flux, including our ability to survive. Thinking through precarity changes social analysis. A precarious world is a world without teleology. Indeterminacy, the unplanned nature of time, is frightening, but thinking through precarity makes it evident that
indeterminacy also makes life possible.” Anna Tsang
PERFORMANCE will be made by three performers. One musician, playing live, and two dancers, communicating with each other according to the accurate surrounding soundscape. The touch of the body and jack connector finishes the electrical circuit and makes a buzz, the touch of another body make a different character and loudness of the buzz. One jack connector will be free to touch by audience. Attached video is just a short illustration of the whole performance which will be fully improvised, both by performers and by music composer.