18 Dec 2014 - 19:00 - 23:30

Join us for an amazing evening of sound, taste, color and frenzy!
Frequencies of all dimensions explored by:

Mole Says Hi (Se)
Necessary music in heartbeat surrounding

THE PERCEPTION OPERA by Exotikdot (Col/Se)
A vibrating space, a hypnotic journey

by Josefin Vargö, Ayhan Aydin and John Astbury
Experience the effect of sound on beer


Exotikdot (Se/Col)

Vocals, Electronics, light interactions.

"The Perception Opera" is performance and an installation which explores the synesthesic relation between sound/music with color, as well as the potential ways to represent a vibrating space from the relation between light and sound frequencies. During the performance, the sound and music are visualised as clouds of coloured light that appear in different parts of the space. A program made for this project allows the communication between the intensity and color of the light sculptures, with the frequencies from each one of the sound inputs (analog and digital synthesizers, theremin, mics, vocals). The compositions are then based on an audiovisual relation that is controlled and performed live, and on the way that this changing relation affects and transforms the perception of space and time. The performance is also an experiment on how a performance can be a collective meditation instrument. The audiences senses are to be immersed into an audiovisual physical changing flow of waves as they are guided into an ephemeral, virtual and hypnotic journey.!popera/c1v52

Mole Says Hi (se)

Anna-My Novotny is the shortest person that ever participated in Mole Says Hi. The tallest one is Tanya Färg (with exeption for Sophie Nohrstedt wearing heels). Neither one of these three will be performing tonight. Neither will Helelna Lindblom, Sanna Wickman or Elin Ekberg. Instead we will see Lotti Sollevi, Ingrid Johansson and project founder Rebecca Digby. They are of similar height. Lotti has short hair, Rebecca has medium hair and Ingrid has long hair. You might also see Ronja Kim Pedersen, Jeffrey Kriksciun, Hanna Källebo Neitkter and Peter Larsson but that’s really up to you. Some people say one can never know how a Mole Says Hi show will end. But it will end.


Meal ecologist Ayhan Aydin, Product Designer John Astbury and Experience Designer Josefin Vargö present Bitter Sweet Sound, a sensoric installation that experiments with the effect of sound on taste. For Visceral Burst, the group explores how the taste of beer is altered when listening to different frequencies.




80 kr/60 kr (student & medlem)


Medlemsproduktion: Maria Paz

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