Piece for live-electronics, tape, motion sensor, voice, loadspeaker-object & two blankets
2019, 20 min
Performance at Kunstraum Walcheturm Zürich
Bias Dialogs plays with the notion of virtual voice assistants through subverting their roles and our relationship to them. Since their rise, virtual assistants have quickly infiltrated our daily lives with their human-sounding voices. Listening and talking to machines challenges our self-image as sounding bodies and probes nonhuman concepts of communication. This piece invites the audience to join in pondering on these subjects and eavesdrop to an interplay of bodies, sound and space.
Video: Felix Hergert, Ramón Königshausen