During their stay at Titanik Gallery Evgenija Wassilew and Peter Strickmann create an open scene inside the gallery space where spoken texts, spatial explorations and sound-happenings develop over time and space.
Together both artists will observe and provoke the physicalness of extreme sounds and small noises from moving objects, survival whistles, silent gestures and alarm signals. They will create an responsive improvisation, playfully adressing existential issues through contrasting phenomena.
Evgenija Wassilew (*1978) is working with experimental methods of sound translations. She investigates the physicality of voice and noise as well as the subjective perception of music and the limits of communication. Her work includes music scores, sculptural objects and performative sound, text and video recordings.
Peter Strickmann (*1983) is active as a solo and group performer in the fields of improvised and spontaneous music using home build wind- and percussion instruments and prepared found objects. Focusing on mechanical motion he aswell creates site-specific installations with an attention to small sound and activity trace.