Version 5. March 2018

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Dutch Centre, London

Next more simplified version at Art reception Dutch Centre

Version 4. 13/1/2016

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Stedelijk Museum, Zwolle

After Galerie het Langhuis, the piece developped into a performance apropiate for the Stedelijk museum Zwolle. On a private night for 'friends of the museum' at the exhibition "Music! 4 centuries music in art". Unfortunatelly there is no videomaterial from this. It was without the didgeridoo and percussion but with minimal electronic music and 2 dancers. 

Version 3. 30/5/2015

Galerie het Langhuis, Zwolle. After the experimental phase she worked it out in a full exhibition for Stichting Galerie het Langhuis. In here she made the performance part of an techno event (ït is time for a change in art and techno in Zwolle") inwhere the art work goes from looking to a picture into participation and sharing a room. The performance faded a techno liveset inwhere the visual was used as a 'vj screen'. https://www.facebook.com/events/1589893207946921/

Version2. Try out. 31/1/2015

ArtEZ Finals, Zwolle. As a part on the Finals for Artschool, Code Canto was an analogue piece. By a mechanism the screen could be moved up and down to create the interfierence pattern. In front of this "matrix" was a waterreservoir (2x2 meters) inwhere the rflection was visibal/distorted.

Code Canto is inspired on Simeon ten Hold's Canto Ostinato.  https://www.facebook.com/events/1427772804180246/

Version 1. July 2014

As a part on the Finals on Artschool (ArtEZ, Zwolle), Code Canto was an analogue piece. By a mechanism the screen could be moved up and down to create the interfierence pattern. In front of this "matrix" was a waterreservoir (2x2 meters) inwhere the rflection was visibal/distorted.

Code Canto is inspired on Simeon ten Hold's Canto Ostinato.