The audio-performance entitled Singulare & Plurale includes a conversation between the individual (singular) and a communitiy (plural); between the artist and the exhibition and its multiple projects/works/contributions; between the individual visitor and the exhibition and between the individual visitor and the group of visitors attending the performance. The audio artworks is divided into two parts. In the first part, the participant is invited to listen through headphones to detailed descriptions of five poses held by different statues located in the urban area of Bolzano that they themselves are asked to assume in the exhibition space. In the second part, listeners enters the camera obscura where they listen to a series of questions asked by the Swiss writer Max Frisch, taken from his Sketchbook 1966-1971.
SINGULARE & PLURALE
Headphones, audiofile (25‘), print on paper
Photo: Claudia Corrent