Overtoon, Human Organ Concerto
Human Organ Concerto in Dilbeek
Jo Caimo will bring his Human Organ Concerto during Familieday Stormopkomst at CC Westrand in Dilbeek, Belgium. Human Organ Concerto is an audio-visual installation that has to be 'performed' by the audience. An organ is controlled by the rhythm of breathing of maximum 10 people. They breath through a wireless device that converts their breath into 4 electric pulses, which is connected to 4 different tones of a pipe-organ.
The Human Organ Instrument (HOI) is a device that registers the rhythm of the human respiratory system made for an ensemble played by everybody who can breathe.
Familiedag Stormopkomst, performance
Human Organ Concerto by Jo Caimo
Bibliotheek De Wolfsput in Dilbeek, Belgium - d'Arconatistraat 1
22 January 2017
New Production Residents 2017
Every year OVERTOON invites artists to do research and to make a new production at our studio's.
This year we have invited three artists: Davide Tidoni (Italy), Floris Vanhoof (Belgium)
and Justin Bennett (UK).
Ongoing : European Soundart Award AWARD, group show
Nothing's going to happen to us... by Stijn Demeulenaere
Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten in Marl, Germany
From 23 October 2016 to 12 February 2017
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.