être vent
, with Peter Strickmann

The two performers make use of a carefully selected collection of whistles consisting of 21 diverse alarm-, signal- and thundered whistles. In contrast to the common use of these small objects which were originally designed to produce a loudness beyond human abilities, the whistles are played in a delicate way, revealing the low, the hushed, the silent and the unheeded spectrum of their sounds. During performances in public space, the small sounds become reminiscent of a whistling wind, its movements and various sounds in response to its surroundings. The performance involves both, the performers and the listeners to draw a particular attention to the dynamics of the group and the acoustics of the environment.

live performance / audio and video recordings, 2017 -

** être vent, group
** être vent, publication
** whistle collection