The Action Of Moving Something From Its Place Or Position / Exercises on displacement
TQS Collective curates a ten days residency on the theme of displacement. Three pieces were
made in collaboration with invited artists, and then presented at the Botanical Gardens in Rome on the 7th September 2017.
residency 28.8 – 6.9 2017, capalbio, italy
event 7.9.17, botanical gardens, rome, italy
exercise 1_Olivia Salvadori, An Invisible Ode
there is always a margin of unknown that emerges within the quality of any sound, beyond the characteristics of its source. operatic voice, electronic and percussions investigate the relationship between physical sources, musical forms and pre-performative rituals.
Olivia Salvadori, voice/ Coby Sey, electronics / Kid Millions, percussions/ Capitol K, recording
exercise 2_Rebecca Salvadori, The Male Body Will Be Next
the male body Will be next is a video installation investigating power relations and the female gaze, a subjective camera, feeling/seeing speci c contexts of action. pleasure and discovery; intimacy and objectification; pride and machismo. the title quotes to the work of belgian artist peter de potter, author of ‘the vanity of certain flowers’.
Rebecca Salvadori, video / George Finlay Ramsay, performance
exercise 3_Sandro Mussida, Musica Per Due Pianoforti E Percussioni
twenty-four notes per octave under the influence of seven waves for two pianos one quarter-tone apart and percussions.
Sandro Mussida, composition / Ciro Longobardi, pianos / Simone Beneventi, tibetan gongs, cowbells & tuned metals
Olivia Salvadori / Sandro Mussida / Rebecca Salvadori
Olivia Salvadori, voice/ Coby Sey, electronics / Kid Millions, percussions / Capitol K, recording / Rebecca Salvadori, video / George Finlay Ramsay, performance / Sandro Mussida, composition / Ciro Longobardi, pianos / Simone Beneventi, tibetan gongs, cowbells & tuned metals / Nhu Xuan Huan, photography
Simone Guido Izzi, live production / Federico Nitti, lights / Roberta Jessy Frascarelli, press / Charlotte Hauser + Julien Savioz (LAC), visual identity
Hanna Bacher interviews TQS members
Rebecca Salvadori talks about the project on ResonanceFM
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