Resonant Bodies instrument - a hollow ancient Ash trunk

Resonant Bodies invites a kinaesthetic experience for the whole body. A vibrational dialogue within the body of a tree.

 

The ancient Ash tree trunk is strung with 21 piano strings, tuned to tones of C. The instument is engaged with by playing the strings and laying inside the open trunk. The sensation of resonance throughout the body and tree may be experienced as deeply relaxing, an of accord of inner and outer landscapes.

 

 

Resonant bodies was developed with in response to movement and sound explorations together with Sindri Runudde and Teresia Lindberg, with technical assistance of Patrick Dallard and Tor Söderin.

 

 

As part of Kännbart exhibition Resonant Bodies has toured Örebro Läns Museum, Västerbottens Museum Umeå, Kulturens Hus Luleå, Virserum Konsthall, Rättvik Konsthall, Göteborg Stadsmusseum, Sandvikens Konsthall, Ystad Konstmuseum and Borås Konstmuseum, with performances and workshops at some of these locations.

 

Coming soon to Scenkonstmuseet Stockholm 7th Sept - 15th Oct 2017.

 

 

 

Foto: Per Torgnér, Örebro läns museum

© 2017 Julia Adzuki

Foto: Per Torgnér, Örebro läns museum

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