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Iterative processes of alignment and accompaniment activate a listening that retells incremental stories.

For this collaboration Biliana Voutchkova, Michael Thieke, Gretchen Blegen and Litó Walkey translate the visual concept of blurriness into sonic, somatic and spacial forms. The edges between past, present, reoccurring and spontaneous grow vague, and the performance exposes tactile textures of density.  

Commissioned by Sounddance Festival Berlin, this work developed from two ongoing projects: The Blurred Music Project by violinist Biliana Voutchkova and clarinetist Michael Thieke composes pieces where their own recordings intermittently appear and are almost identically duplicated by the live performance; and The Circulating Book Project by interdisciplinary artists Asaf Aharonson, Gretchen Blegen and Litó Walkey that circulates exchanges of correspondence, speech, writing, collage and composition over an extended period of time to co-create the book entries.

Photos by Dieter Hartwig

Music / Performance (2019)

Sounddance Festival Dock 11, Berlin,
25-26 June 2019


Litó Walkey is a Berlin based artist whose work operates through performance, writing and choreography exploring non-hegemonic strategies for being connected, resourceful, and response-able. In her work, attentiveness procedures emphasize lateral and divergent thinking to consider the radical potential of marginal, accidental, and less visible phenomena. Collaborating through circuits of transversal interdisciplinary processes, Litó aims to create public spaces for critical thinking and experimentation unbound by single authorship, discipline or terminus.
Litó’s work has been supported through artistic commissions from international choreographic performance festivals and organizations. The work is complimented by ongoing discourse and practice-based exchange with colleagues and students inside and outside academic environments. 

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