“Salome ’s daughter, Acousmonium” performing in Paris on March 12
SHICHIRI Kei et HIGAKI Tomonari
“Salome’s Daughter” is an original prose poem, a new rendition of the play “Salome,” that re-interprets the work as being about a mother, daughter, and absent father. The lengthy text was first recorded in a polyphonic recitation and structured as a work of musique concrète. The images were superimposed three-dimensionally, with the real image (performer) sandwiched between them slightly visible and hidden. This work is also connected to the source of the word “acousmatic”, in which when Pythagorean lectures to his disciples, he makes a curtain to hide him and concentrate on his voice only.
Date: Thursday March 12, 2020, 8:30 p.m.
Venue: Le Cube, Digital creation center
20 cours Saint-Vincent
01 58 88 3000
1: Salome’s daughter, Acousmonium [2015 – 2019] 1h25
2: Title to come  7’30 world creation
Multi-layer projection video and Acousmonium
Free admission reservation recommended
Supported by Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture) and the Kakehashi foundation.
Co-production: Motus, charmpoint
Thanks to: La Muse en Circuit and the Osaka University of the Arts