this event is part of
|introduction by Klaas Coulembier||19.15|
B - Standaard €28.00
Reduction -26 €14.50
The audiovisual art of Japanese phenomenon Ryoji Ikeda is as minimalistic as it is breathtaking. Time after time he toys with the limits of the human senses. He does so by transforming mathematical concepts, computer data, sound and light into precision works of impalpable power and beauty. In Music for Percussion – written for body percussion, triangles, cymbals, crotales, metronomes and even pencil and paper – he sometimes pares everything back to the essence, only to bombard us once again with data.
Ryoji Ikeda (1966)
Music for Percussion I & II
Alexandre Babel, Stéphane Garin, Lucas Genas, Dorian Fretto & Amélie Grould: percussion