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Delirium is an installation that includes movement and sound. This project is a research into the states that the body reaches with the eruption of voice as another body movement. as well as a research of the relationship created between sound and movement, experiencing the notion of a sound- body that produces landscapes, characters, and emotional territories that are generated in the interstices between of voice and movement. With Delirium appeared an interest in the human-animal symbiosis, exploring an anthropology of the phonetic body, revealing through the traces of the voice various cultural nuances.
When I make sound, I do not sound like, you can recognize the voice of Cantaoras from my country, you can hear something that hurts but also makes happy, because the affections go in both directions. I realize that I sound with an ancient echo, which has resemblance to something that existed before me and is universal. I resonate to the reality around me.
Concept and Development: Carolina Van Eps.
Thanks to: ISAC Institute for Art and Choreography, AEsP Art in Public Space in Collabration with the Royal academy of Fine Arts of Brussels. Espacio de Creación y Movimiento Zajana Colombia, Het Entrepot Brugges.
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