MU

February 21st, 2016

in collaboration with Tomoko Sauvage
curated and hosted by Julie Gamberoni
Salon de Musique / Paris FR



Tomoko Sauvage, japanese musician and sound artist,
creates drops, waves and bubbles
within porcelain bowls  filled with water.
The sound of her aquatic movements is amplified
by several hydrophones (microphone submarines)
forming undulating drones according to
the architectural resonance.
Judith Sönnicken is creating objects
from several blocks of clay without conscious reflection,
only guided by Tomoko’s sound of water.
Clay and water time-travel into the memory palace
of an underwater continent.


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