Writer Daniela Cascella and artist Dominique Hurth present a conversation in 3 movements around the materials of their making and writing through surfaces and voicing, interference and resonance, bodies and shadows. Intertwining the voices and channeling the presence of Clarice Lispector, Roberto Calasso, Pauline Oliveros, Agnes Martin, Robert Ashley into their own movements, accents and muteness, the two performers sound out the moment in which wavelengths superimpose into greater amplitude before reaching a state of near-disappearance.
The encounter takes place in an architecture that physically and temporally interferes with the city landscape of Bergen: one of the cruise ships that populate the city harbour. In an arrangement of words, sounds, objects, recordings and props, along with the boat architecture, it invites the audience for a possible echoing of the performers’ voices from within the architecture of interference: a double interference, a parasite, a parallel frequency or its possible shadow.

the sculptor sinks, sings, thinks
performance in architectura setting, tie dye curtains, lamé, paper and pros
Together with Daniela Cascella
Lenght 45 minutes
Installation views: Nordnorge Boat, Bergen (NO)
Poster design by Vasilis Marmatakis