Ways in which we hear is a series on visual translation and interpretation of auditive improvised narratives.
Interested in the direct relation between sound and image,
this ongoing project researches how listening affects the viewers’ gaze and the ever present desire to create narrative.
Source material is used from personal field recordings, recorded while listening to music, and is translated to the on-the-spot improvised music by live image and video mixing.
2018 – Mixtree, OT301, Amsterdam.
2019 – Oooh festival, De Ruimte, Amsterdam.
2020 – Mixtural, Zaal100, Amsterdam.
Original video material originates from personal dance registrations around museal objects at Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.