KIMA was part of the Incloodu festival at Rich Mix – Deaf Arts Festival. We have presented an installation in collaboration with Robert Jack’s vibration chair. Audience could sit on the chair, sing into the microphones and experience sound as vibration through the surface of the chair and in visual form on the screen.
In the evening KIMA performance featured Nao Masuda – percussion, Jonathan Cope – voice, and Evgenia Emets – voice.
KIMA was setup with two microphones for two sound inputs, used by up to two people at a time. Two sets of headphones present an immersive sound design: each one of the participants can hear one another as well as beautiful spatial arrangements – as if being in a large hall with wonderful acoustics.
Participants experience a real-time visualisation of their sonic collaboration – expressed in cymatic pattern projected on the screen.
Copyright: Analema Group
With Oliver Gingrich, Alain Renaud, Jackson Tayler and Claire Singer
With support of the Arts Council and the Union Chapel
Satoko Fukuda performing Kima at the International Youth Arts Festival in Kingston College
Satoko Fukuda reheasal for Kima
Satoko Fukuda in concert
ANALEMA GROUP is happy to announce new Kima performance featuring violin improvisation by Satoko Fukuda.
This year we are invited to be part of International Youth Arts Festival in Kingston with our cymatic live sound visualisation performance. Following successful Arts Council funding we take Kima to the next level this year with a series of installations and performances, including the one you are invited to.
Join us for an evening of performances at the ACT Mainhouse on Wednesday the 23rd of July at 20:30 and prepare to enter “Kawaakari”, an audio visual spectacular like no other. Digital and performance art go hand-in-hand for one night only, in this unique exploration of light and dark.
The event features a number of unusual and extraordinary acts by Analema Group, Kimatica and Conte Lumiere, performing under the same roof for the first time ever.
All this plus an after-show Q&A make Kawaakari an unmissable event for any 16+ theatregoers, digital artists, techies, dancers, performers, visual artists or anyone else on the lookout for something bold, brilliant and brand-new. Don’t miss Kawaakari – the audio visual spectacular like no other.
Performance: Satoko Fukuda
Costume: Kumiko Tani
Tickets £8. Book yours soon as there are only limited number available. Call 079 60 84 1919 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Arthur Cotterell Theatre
Kingston Hall Road
Kingston Upon Thames