Acusmatrix

2008-2009. 40m

Acusmatrix is a two-entry matrix conceived for the interaction of human motion and sound in continuous transformation.

The piece is performed by an hybrid quintet composed by a dancer and four species of european birds, whose chants rotate and transform creating a genealogy of sound characters that are perceptually connected. The goal of the piece focuses on the correspondence and the interaction of dance gesture and sonic gesture.

The result is a sort acusmatic bird treaty for one dancer and three-dimensional sound theater in sixteen channels concretizing the ideas of Rudolf Laban of making a three dimensional geometric and morphodynamic analysis of dance motion, placing the dancer in a virtual space of cubic proportions.

The piece was created during a period of residence at Universidad de Alcalá de Henares and La Casa Encendida. Acusmatrix is the first part of a trilogy developed by Muriel Romero and composer Pablo Palacio.

CONCEPTION AND IDEA: Pablo Palacio / Muriel Romero.
CHOREOGRAPHY AND PERFORMANCE: Muriel Romero.
MUSIC COMPOSITION: Pablo Palacio.
LIGHT DESIGN: Pablo Palacio / Muriel Romero.
SUPPORTS: Universidad Alcalás de Henares, La Casa Encendida and Cie Gilles Jobin.
LENGHT: 45M

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Category
Dance, Works
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