KlangHaus explores extremes of performance with small audiences in intimate spaces.
Being in the moment, being with oneself, being in one’s senses.
In the age of screen and electronic device communication between people, this show puts the breath back into listening.
Klang Haus Audience Comments
Projections, hand-made slides and stop frame animations sal pittman
Klang Haus follows on from The Butcher of Common Sense project 2012, raised in Berlin and realised as a music album, a vinyl, a 340 page art-book, live performance and exhibition. Sound and light inspired by architecture.
‘We harvested the songs from the room’.
‘Partly because of the time of year it was, it just felt so incredibly bleak. As the light drained out of the building. All we had was each other to be the colour. ‘
Publications: Ultrabold 13 article Summer 2013 The Butcher of Common Sense.