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Thursday 23 May

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Thu 23 May | 17:00

WORM - UBIK

O. Lab: Sonorous Breathing

A breathtaking performance in sound and sparkle

Janneke van der Putten, Riccardo Santalucia (IT/NL)

O. Lab: Sonorous Breathing (Trasforma) is a performance featuring a singer/performer whose movements determine the sonority of her breathing and vocal emission, as well as the dynamics of visual effects. In this work, Janneke van der Putten takes you on a journey of vocal sounds and shimmering lights, an invitation to participate generously in the physicality of the scene. Within her actions, a constant metamorphosis takes place: from bird to bear, from male to female. Fuelled by her vocal acrobatics, Riccardo Santalucia’s lighting design expands the performer’s body and paints an interactive scenography, a cosmos made of refractions of light.

Research question: How can the visual rhythm of moving light reflections work as scenography and as visualisation of the performer’s physicality and sonic intensity?

About O. Lab
O. Lab offers the audience a peak into the theatre makers’ rehearsal rooms. Something that is normally reserved for the select few… Artists will share their research questions. As the visitor, you are invited to watch and express your valuable opinions about prototypes and works in progress. O. Lab in WORM is one big creative space and you will be sitting in the front row as the processes unfold!

Credits

Performer, vocalist, composer: Janneke van der Putten, lighting designer, stage designer, sound engineering: Riccardo Santalucia, fotograaf: Gabriëlle Barros Martins.

Duration performance

40 minutes

Location

WORM - UBIK

Standard price

€ 10.00

DAY TICKETS €35

Tickets

Thu 23 May | 17:00

WORM - UBIK

Practical info

DAY TICKETS €35

Duration performance

40 minutes

Location

WORM - UBIK

Standard price

€ 10.00

O. Lab: Sonorous Breathing

A breathtaking performance in sound and sparkle

Janneke van der Putten, Riccardo Santalucia (IT/NL)

O. Lab: Sonorous Breathing (Trasforma) is a performance featuring a singer/performer whose movements determine the sonority of her breathing and vocal emission, as well as the dynamics of visual effects. In this work, Janneke van der Putten takes you on a journey of vocal sounds and shimmering lights, an invitation to participate generously in the physicality of the scene. Within her actions, a constant metamorphosis takes place: from bird to bear, from male to female. Fuelled by her vocal acrobatics, Riccardo Santalucia’s lighting design expands the performer’s body and paints an interactive scenography, a cosmos made of refractions of light.

Research question: How can the visual rhythm of moving light reflections work as scenography and as visualisation of the performer’s physicality and sonic intensity?

About O. Lab
O. Lab offers the audience a peak into the theatre makers’ rehearsal rooms. Something that is normally reserved for the select few… Artists will share their research questions. As the visitor, you are invited to watch and express your valuable opinions about prototypes and works in progress. O. Lab in WORM is one big creative space and you will be sitting in the front row as the processes unfold!

Credits

Performer, vocalist, composer: Janneke van der Putten, lighting designer, stage designer, sound engineering: Riccardo Santalucia, fotograaf: Gabriëlle Barros Martins.

“The range of vocal effects she produces on JNNK might suggest that she also studied practices such as Tuvan throat singing, but her extended techniques are mostly self-taught.”

– Abi Bliss, The Wire

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