Playground #4 is a performance and interconnected sound choreography that plays with gravity by using new musical instruments that were developed according to the principle of gyroscopes. The Sono-Choreographic Collective creates the space for a shared experience through its audiovisual interaction of stimuli and media. The echo of cosmic events can be found behind small events such as the sound of the spinning of a top.
Sono Choreographic Collective
The Sono-Choreographic-Collective is a collective for transdisciplinary art and research comprised of Kerstin Ergenzinger, Bnaya Halperin-Kaddari and Kiran Kumar.
Kerstin Ergenzinger is a visual and sonic artist working across the fields of sculpture, sound, kinetics, light and drawing. The inextricable relations between body and world, perception and the perceived, sensing and sense making are central themes of her practice.
Bnaya Halperin-Kaddari is a musician and sonic artist. His work explores the intricate connections between sound and space as well as music’s place-making abilities. His work has taken the form of concert music, improvisation performance and installation.
Kiran Kumar is a dance artist, researcher and writer. His work focuses on unpacking understandings of the human body-mind through a trifold practice of dance as art, science and ritual as well as on the proposals for change that these understandings may hold for our contemporary world.