KLIRR – A spacial sound-scuplture about counting by Dimitri de Perrot
If you count, you always also break up a “whole“ and begin to divide and put it in order. The beginning of classifications, appropriations and commitments. Also possibly the beginning of a „standardization“ and prescribed thought process, and the end of the speechless and innumerable connections to „what’s out there“ – what we hear, see, feel and sense.
The Festival Klang-Moor-Schopfe in Gais, Appenzell takes place in a moor area where artistic positions are shown in solitary barns: installations, concerts and performances. For this special setting, Dimitri de Perrot created KLIRR, a playful and interactive sound sculpture on counting, that encourages reflection on habits and conventions.
KLIRR is a walk-in 3D sound installation. Every time the entrance door was opened, a new piece of music about counting was triggered.
Idea, compositions and recordings: Dimitri de Perrot
With the voices of: Marc Bodnar, Marco Delgado, Dimitri de Perrot, Nino de Perrot, Nadine Fuchs, Dimitri Jourde, Laurence Mayor, Fred Ulysse Programming und Sounddesign: Max Molling
Construction: Nino de Perrot
Think Tank and communication: Christoph Meier
Production: Studio DdP
With the support of: Zurich department of cultural affairs, Department of cultural affairs Canton Zurich, Stiftung Corymbo, Ernst Göhner Stiftung, Landis & Gyr Stiftung.
Photo credits: 1+3 © DdePerrot, 2 © KlangMoorSchopf