In Voicing Pieces, your own voice is staged to become the protagonist. In the intimacy of an isolated sound booth, guided by a simple score, you become spectator of your own voice.
Aren’t our own voices always inauthentic and uncanny? Who is speaking, when your own voice speaks? Rather than recognizing yourself in the stranger, Voicing Pieces is an invitation to recognize the stranger
Please not the venue of this performance has changed to what was previously announced. This performances will now take place at AE Harris.
Concept – Begüm Erciyas
Realisation – Begüm Erciyas and Matthias Meppelink
Dramaturgy – Marnix Rummens
Live-operation – Eric Desjeux, Marc Melià, Begüm Erciyas
Text – Matthias Meppelink, Begüm Erciyas, Jacob Wren
Set Realisation – Tim Vanhentenryk, Lena Buchwald, Barbara Greiner
Artistic Collaboration – Jean-Baptiste Veyret-Logerias
Production Management/ PR – Barbara Greiner
Production – Begüm Erciyas, Platform 0090
Co-production – wpZimmer (Antwerp), STUK (Leuven), Tanzfabrik Berlin/Tanznacht Berlin
Research support/residency – Kunstencentrum BUDA (Kortrijk), Q-O2 Workspace for experimental music and sound art (Brussels), FrankfurtLAB, Tanzrecherche NRW, Goethe-Institut Villa Kamogawa
Supported by – Hauptstadkulturfonds Berlin
‘It is a long journey, although it lasts only half an hour, which eventually brings you back home to yourself, to your own voice. And it will never sound the same again. Magical.’– deMorgen
A performance in which you become the performer, for an audience of yourself. This is a beautiful and unusual installation that we also found strangely empowering. Be sure to book quick as slots are extremely limited.