Wednesday 13 june 2012

It’s time to say goodbye to Japanese duo Tenniscoats and artist Umeda Tetsuya, but before they leave town there will be time for a second performance. For those of you that came last Saturday – come again! It’s going to be a new setting in a different space with other works. For those of you that missed Saturday – don’t miss Wednesday!

And for those of you who want to know more: Umeda Tetsuya’s momentary installations and performances are marked by fluidity creating light, sound, or movement by waste articles and daily commodities, and incorporating the on-the-spot situation in his work. Powered by gravity, wind, centrifugal force or falling objects, Umeda’s works keep the situation unstable and unpredictable. Tenniscoats’ music is all about the here and now – next time everything will sound different. They are true improvisors inside their own musical world altering it along the way and adjusting it to the spacial and acoustic conditions that arise through Umeda’s interventions.