trans & form, hit & run
trans and form,
breathe and hum,
dive and touch,
hit and run
– David Helbich(2019)
For this sound trip we send you into the urban wilderness with open headphones, an mp3-player, a map and a drum stick. You cross the town and parking lots, walk along a future tram line and under a highway into the green. You touch a military monument and pause in a skate park.
This trip will guide you through an “intro-active” journey with sound manipulations, self-performance tasks and micro-choreographies. Back at the starting point, you are changed – transformed by the new relationships that you have established with your environment. Don’t see the city with different eyes, see your eyes through a different city. Hear your ears through different voices. Be surprised by your new superpowers. They let you hear what’s silently in front of you, and make you feel what was not meant to be touched.
David Helbich (Berlin 1973) is a sound-, installation- and performance artist, as well as a photographer and teacher, who creates various experimental conceptual works for the stage, paper and online media and in public space. He studied composition in Amsterdam and Freiburg and has been living and working in Brussels since 2002.