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Our work and theme-based artistic research revolves around four aspects of Human Nature: Being, Instinct, Emotion, Intellect. All of which derive from a deep desire to uncover who we are as human beings; our shared origins, our existence, our relationship to each other and to our surroundings.


Embedded in us lies thousands of years' experience with the world, a deep knowledge that transcends time, goes beyond words and dualistic thought patterns. We use our artistic framework to unlock this intuitive, emotional, and corporeal knowledge.

Art is our tool, our method and our means of expression. But to conduct in-depth research on each of these four aspects, it is crucial for us to work closely with researchers, scholars and experts from other fields with different insights and perspectives. Together we are able to address fundamental questions that emerge from the unexplored interstitial space between genres, between art and science, between old comfort zones and new solutions. A space where dualistic thinking gives way to subtlety, curiosity, and wonder.


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(TITLE) is an expressive, surreal journey into the complexity of human emotions. The concert features composers and musicians from Europe, Asia and the Middle East to unravel emotional experiences and expressions that transcend language, cultural and ethnic differences. Is shame for instance felt and expressed the same way all over the world? Do we dream the same emotional dreams? Can we learn something by expanding our understanding of what it means to be human with possible different emotional reactions?

The core of the performance is the oldest musical instrument in history; the human voice with its infinite possibilities. No two voices sound alike, and the character of a voice is inextricably bound to a human being’s personality and inner life. The voice gives is a gateway between the conscious and the subconscious giving unfiltered access to our emotions, needs and longings. The songs are melodic and expressive, with a strong emphasis on the use of vowels, through which we express emotions the most. Lyrics have a clear reference to the body and are inspired by dreams with strong emotional content.

It is a universal phenomenon for a song to trigger a tidal wave of emotions, memories and nostalgia. (TITLE’s) musical and visual dreamlike atmosphere traces back in time, inspired by classic Hollywood style, surrealist paintings and Jungian dream interpretation. The concert unfolds in front of and around the audience as if they were part of a choreographed musical. The music is performed on old vintage instruments from the 1930-40s; we dream of rebuilding for example the Ondes Martenot, the first mono synths like Hohner's Multimonica, clavioline, solovox, or maybe even the old Novachord with its ethereal sound; living, breathing old instruments full of quirks and imperfections.

Collaborators include composers and musicians from all the great cultures, oneirologists (dream scientists), poets and linguists, instrument builders and philosophers a.m.

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(TITLE) is a futuristic performance concert featuring live interaction between music and the latest technology. We will work with complex musical structures, polyphony and conceptual texts. The musical and performative idea, moreover, depends a lot on the technological development in the coming years; but the ideas on the drawing board go beyond imagination and involve live hologram transitions, artificial intelligence and incorporation of the quantum computer.

The work revolves around the complexity of the human mind. We have the most incredible brain, a wonder in itself, that helps us navigate as individuals, as species, as societies despite all the hardships and obstructions we face. It is our intellect that helps us think big, dream, invent, create and understand the world and ourselves. But our intellect is also always on its way to somewhere new; new ideas, new thoughts, new solutions, new plans for progress and growth. All of which potentially move us away from the here and now, away from a state of just being, away from the fact that death will eventually catch up with us.

Collaborators include brain scientists, quantum physicists, computer scientists, designers and many more.

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