The World is Sound In 2017 Review
2017 has seen a 3-week intensive taking place during March-April in the cosy Laborgras studio in the Kreuzberg district. Sixteen participants from different walks of life have come together bringing their hybrid practices (circus, dance, theatre, story telling, poetry, singing, music composition, sound healing), to experiment together for six hours a day under the guidance of Irena, Robert and Alessio. During the 3rd and last week each participant has been invited to give shape to a work-in-process testing different formats, which has been shared with a small audience of friends on the last two days of the intensive.
TWIS 2017 Winter Intensive participants are:
Ana Noble, Tereza Silonova, Ula Liagaite, Regula Buehrer, Pınar Özütemiz, Nadezda Nazarova,
Julia B. Laperrière, Fidelia Lutterbeck, Florence Freitag, Camilla Nelson, Yara Boustany, Amélie Trahard, Darius Bogdanowicz, Beatrice Bukantyte, Rasha Baroud, Alice Heyward.
Symposium on Voice, Body, and Space
2017 has seen as well the first The World is Sound | Symposium on Voice, Body, and Space: an afternoon of lectures, performances and concerts with Irena Z. Tomažin, Alessio Castellacci, Robert Liethoff and the special contribution of choreographer Jule Flierl and ambient composer Krishe. The event has been held on April 8th at the Agora Rollberg space in collaboration with Agora MOVE.
Photo credits: Darius Bogdanowicz