An auditory performance for things and people
Biosonic Furniture Training is a performance film, it is commentary on Musique Concrete (Pierre Schaeffer 1949). Though the relationship between people and their environment is primary to be thought of as a spatial and sensory fact, the departure point for a physical sensation, the sensation itself is first of all human. Objects, sculptures and the spaces in between them are tangible, not illusory. There are no sounds made by things, there are people who get the skin of things and the space between them to rasp, pant and whistle. These sounds are the prelude to the exploration of space, the choreography of Biosonic Furniture Training.