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In MOS, Ioanna Paraskevopoulou and Georgios Kotsifakis create a physical soundtrack before our very eyes, using everyday tools to score a series of cinematic scenes, from zombie horrors to nature documentaries.
With their bodies engaging in combat with objects such as a pair of bellows, two halves of a coconut, and a plunger, they conjure up sounds in a playful and hallucinogenic experience.
The duo appropriates the Foley film sound technique, which is used to create sounds in a studio that cannot be captured on the live film set and harness it as a choreographic tool.
Don’t miss this unique and mesmerizing performance that explores the relationship between movement, sound, and image.
Suitable for ages 8+
With the support of Onassis STEGI – Athens – Outward Turn Cultural Export Programme, Danse élargie and the SACD.
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