VIVA VOCE selects

A walk through the installation of VIVA VOCE in Berlin at Kleiner Wasserspeicher Prenzlauer Berg where the piece was shown from 03. - 20. September 2015 (presented with the support of Pro Helvetia Schweizer Kulturstiftung, Förderband Kulturinitiative Berlin e.V. and a Sitemapping/Mediaprojects Award by Bundesamt für Kultur Bern).

TEAM:
Katharina Rosenberger, Composition/Sound, Artistic Direction
Heiko Kalmbach, Video, Artistic Direction
Shelley Hirsch, Juliana Snapper & Pamela Z, Performance
Michael Schmitz, iPad Design, App Programming
Jason Ponce, System Design, Multimedia Programming
Joe Kucera, Audio Engineering
Nick Drashner, Audio Mastering
Vance Galloway, Set Design, Technical Direction, LA
Robert Dahlke, Technical Direction, Berlin
Sebastian Leppert, Audio Engineer, Berlin
Helena Tsiflidis, Production, Berlin
Paulina Papenfuss, Press, Berlin

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This channel presents a selection of clips from the interactive sound and video installation VIVA VOCE by Katharina Rosenberger and Heiko Kalmbach.

Featuring vocal artists Juliana Snapper (Los Angeles), Shelley Hirsch (New York), and Pamela Z (San…


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This channel presents a selection of clips from the interactive sound and video installation VIVA VOCE by Katharina Rosenberger and Heiko Kalmbach.

Featuring vocal artists Juliana Snapper (Los Angeles), Shelley Hirsch (New York), and Pamela Z (San Francisco), VIVA VOCE celebrates vocal performance art in an interactive and experimental context and through this lens explores voice - body relationships and the self. In the process, the work investigates the root of oral tradition and its impact on shared information in the virtual versus physical social space.

In real-time visitors play and re-compose performance and documentary sequences of Juliana Snapper, Shelley Hirsch and Pamela Z by interacting with generative three-dimensional sonic sculptures (Michael Schmitz) reflecting the performer’s characters.

Over 90 individual sound and video clips are represented by sonic icons and keywords that are organised in nodes and cluster groups. The sung and spoken passages appear on floating screens in the gallery space. By improvising with the tablet interfaces and triggering text and vocal clips, visitors become not only intimately introduced to the vocalists, they turn into performers themselves.

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