A participative installation
It is said that, after the Fukushima earthquake, mothers of the children that had disappeared in the 2011 tsunami went at a public phone on the seashore and addressed their thoughts to them.
In the installation at Rezidența BRD Scena 9, you can tell your experience on loss, or you can communicate with somebody you lost.
You can also watch and listen to the recorded performance.
The performers tell stories of their losses and invite participants to share their experiences and to embody experiences of loss.
As long you want to record, keep the pedal pressed.
In time, your experience will join the others in the participatory sound installation Lost Interferences
We lose objects.
We lose information.
We continually lose.
We lose friends. We lose dear ones.
We lose hope, cells, memory, and future.
We sometimes get desperate, we sometimes get lonely when we lose something.
The Installation Lost Interferences connects our losses.
Lost Interferences is a transmedia projected including the installation performance and web site Lostinterfernces.eu.
The production is based on the contribution of:
Performers: Maia Morgenstern și Romeo Cornelius, Irina Margareta Nistor și Constantin Basica
Mixing realities director: Alexandru Berceanu
Musical Composition: Constantin Basica
Deep Learning tools: Prateek Verma
Graphics and edit: Alexandru Ponoran
Web tools : Grigore Burloiu
Photo and Video: Andrei Gîndac
Text animation: Louis Scantles
2 Videographer: Maia Morgenstern
Sound: Sorin Grigoreanu
Tehcinchal suport: Cristi Șimon, Crewart Multimedia Shows and Paradigma
Live transmission: Cosmin Tița, Prisma
Communication: Andreea Chindriș
Produced by Proiect 2 a cultural initiative Teatru 2.0 Association.
Rezidența BRD Scena9 București
Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics Stanford (CCRMA) USA
UNATC IL Caragiale București, Centrul CINETic
Project realized with the support of Valrom.
Co-financed by AFCN
The project does not represent the position of AFCN.
Thanks to Cabiria Morgenstern and also to all the contributors with stories on loss.
Thanks to participants to the performance.
You can contribute at lostinterferences.eu
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