Ian Linter » 4pm - Jan 25, 2010
Joséphine Muller and Ian Linter at La Société de Curiosités, 13 Nov 2009
KHEOSTATIC part I - Universal Transfusion
Composed improvisation, in three acts, around the magnificence of the Man, its origins and its exponential perception.
KHEOSTATIC is an improvised play with a total duration of about three hours trying in an encyclopaedic way to make a sound transcription of several elements which constitute the human reality, in its language, intellectuality and action. In the first part, the human perception was condensed in sound signals of the avant-garde, concrete and electroacoustic, through the recourse to an immediate and proto-metaphysical language, in narrow correlation with the possible conceptuality of the matter and its relations with the spirit. The three KHEOSTATICs parts were live recorded at La Société de Curiosités, Paris.