An Emological Symphony


An Emological Symphony (2013) is a performative installation, that is joining human and technological organs. The outcome of this hybrid action is a bio-musical score coming to life on stage. The performers heart rate, breathing scale, and temperature are being measured through sensors; the data is the parameter for the sound track. The performer is influencing the music, and influenced by it - an interplay between actor and reactor. The work regards curren topics such as (over-) usage of technology, politics of privacy in the internet, and the changes of culture.

Sound: Lukas Grundmann
Arduino/Programming: Sarah Hermanutz
Performers: Mab Cardoso, Naemeh Shirazi, Lisa Shirin

Graphic Design: Steffen Ullmann
Photography: Arne Schmitt
Funded by: Kostümkollektiv Berlin
Theory: Wanda Golonka, Daniel Belasco Rogers, Maximilian Haas

Previously performed at:    
︎CTM Hacklab (Beta-phase) (2013)
︎Sophiensaele, 100Grad Festival (2013)