Melody Panosian

Dunkelgrün

 

Dunkelgrün; 0759, Trigger, Oväsen and Knölval

2019 @ Kunstverein Röderhof Harz/Germany

A collection of 4 improvised ambient soft-drone jams in the cellar vault of Kunstverein Röderhof / the former brewery of the Huysburg Monastery
/ a site specific in S. Hohmann’s Obstbau for “Künstler-Museum”

 

I was researching change and spirituality (versus continuity). The cellar vault like any other big space, contains more spirituality, even if only symbolically, the objects interact and become as one. I was exploring the total absorption in the love of God, in this process of conversing with God, I also started to edit my political love poems. I was partaking in the regular masses in the nearby monastery Huysburg. I wanted to explore with dronal sound-scapes, the depths of a single instrument tone, pulsating elongated sustained tones in a physical space akin to the churches can transform the state of unsettledness of a racialized female body into a real and safe home. I believe that a free and fearless body in space is a statement.




 

Self-made instruments:
Piezo microphone on metal door
Attachable speaker on steel plate (40 cm x 25 cm)
x2 Attachable speaker on aluminium plate (65 cm x 84 mm).
Melodica
Organ with local stones as weights
iPad, Music Apps: Samplr, Borderlands, AUM
Mixer: Behringer XENYX UFX1204
Speaker System: DAVE 10G3

 

Sound/video editing: Dirk Sebastian Johann Apitz

 

 

 

Danke: Jeanette Brabenetz, Kunstverein Röderhof, Huysburg Monastery, Woman In Exile & Friends, Nadia Ibrahim, Untraining The Ear Days/Workshops, Snorri Karlsson, Hiltrud Blaier, Sven Heinrich, NASA Fackas und der Milchstraße, Stéphane Querrec, Antoinette Belin, Jan T Sutter, Yunuen Rhi, Uwe Gellner, Michael Schlorke, Dirk Apitz, David Hamer Atlas

 

 

 

Kindly supported by Landes Sachsen-Anhalt

Posted in Music and Object and Performance.