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workspace for experimental music and sound art
residency
23/05/2015 - 06/06/2015

In spring 2014, during a residency in Kyoto, I got increasingly interested in Karaoke as a form of putting one’s own voice into play. Due to my reservations to sing in front of others, I started booking Karaoke rooms on my own. I started to question, if the act of reading a script out loud while simultaneously listening to one’s own voice, could be made into a theatrical performance. Isn’t one’s own voice always inauthentic and uncanny? Could one’s own voice become the site of the event? Could one’s own voice become a spectacle, a fascination or a surprise?

SOUNDS
Maria Komarova 17/10/20
Clarice Calvo-Pinsolle 17/10/20
Laurent Guedel 10/7/20


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