Video credit KDK photo and Roman O. Heller
MicroB, Mannheim, Germany, March 2018
“Rouge sang” is a metaphoric tale immersing the viewer in a dreamy shadow performance, combining analogue projection and sounds. The visual landscape is exploring a series of red objects projected into light with overhead and slide projectors. The space is filled with red moving shadow diffracting a collection of light objects, paper cuts, organic slides, composed as a visual collage evolving inside a space bubble.
The soundscape is produced with handmade pickup microphones amplifying cords, metallic objects, theremins and ebow… The vibration of the sound is slowly modified with digital effects turning the experience in electro acoustic drift, where the action of the performers produce a sonic improvisation. The experience of reality slowly drifts into a ritual mythological narrative, immersing the spectator in surrealist audio-visual shadow play.