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A pair of shoes, their identity concealed by a cloak of toilet paper, glue and scraps. The shoes are in control: manipulating the voice of Nike creator Phil Knight, disintegrating a video of Iraqi journalist Muntazer al-Zaidi throwing his shoes at then-US president George W. Bush.

Created and performed by Carmel Freeman


Breath is process. Air enters and exits the lungs. Cyclic movements. Repetitions. Follow your breath as you listen. Learn from your breathing. Place yourself in a room that is silenced by noise. Place yourself in a room that echoes with silence. Give yourself room to explore different modes of listening. Give yourself permission to disorganise your hearing. See what follows you.


Sander Bos - Harp

Composed by Carmel Freeman


Oiseau/tsipor/vogel/bird mean the same thing but feature their own musical activity. The discreet sound components of the words are graphed using phonetic categories for speech sounds and assigned a register. Players must, through their instrument, connect to the timbres of these utterances and splinter the divide between language and music.


Nina Künzel - voice

Agnes Eyja Gunnarsdóttir - violin

Jan Zygmunt - cello

Carmel Freeman - composition, piano, foot flute



Everything that will happen has happened and is happening. The flesh of time is revealed by an awareness of its non-linearity. Capturing this infinite moment proves difficult for a video camera struggling not to travel forward in time.


Carmel Freeman - Composition, Video Manipulation, Guitar, Radio, Electronics Nina Künzel - Voice Mireia Costa Viladrich - Violin


Scientists have demodulated recently discovered signal transmissions received by trees as antennae. For the first time, this sound world is untangled and unmuted. Is this communication? Is this entertainment? Who owns these sounds?


Consciousness can be simulated in a computer. Nano-machines transformed planets into computers. A single planetary computer runs millions of ancestor simulations. With simulated consciousnesses outnumbering biological ones, I am likely a simulation. 



A simple measurement has taken on a completely new meaning. As well as being performed in quarantine, the musical gestures are shaped by a social distancing architecture that has forced us to be both linked and detached, intertwined and isolated.


Maria Martpay - Marimba

Mayuko Takeda - Bass Clarinet

Ola Kwiatkowska - Violin

Chema Martinez Martinez - Violoncello


Composed by Carmel Freeman

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