Music From The Living Monument

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A deep sea lore, where sounds move without vertebrae in slow, almost ancient, repetition. Each new sound and texture holds meaning and adds a layer to the release’s sense of ambiguity, and its hypnotic state.

about the record

Music taken from the Carte Blanche performance "Monument 0.10: The Living Monument" by Eszter Salamon. This album contains selections from Carmen Villain's score for the two-and-a-half-hour performance, most of them edited down from the long-form versions that accompanied the ultra-slow scenes of the performance. These are Carmen Villain's first compositions for dance.

Acclaimed choreographer Eszter Salamon’s dance performance, "The Living Monument," is built on still life, slowness, and the presence of the body. In the performance, the theatrical elements are equal and interdependent, and it develops into an installation of sound, movement, and figures. Each tableau is bound together by Carmen Villain’s hypnotic score, in which the audience is taken on a meditative journey through vibrant tableaus in a dreamlike universe. Carmen Villain's score is a suspension of time, where her music is seeking a new form of slow-moving minimalism.

  1. 1 - Multicolor 5:17
  2. 2 - Gold 2:16
  3. 3 - Silver 9:19
  4. 4 - Violet 9:11
  5. 5 - Pink 3:54

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Music From The Living Monument

30,00

only 2 left

  1. 1 - Multicolor 5:17
  2. 2 - Gold 2:16
  3. 3 - Silver 9:19
  4. 4 - Violet 9:11
  5. 5 - Pink 3:54

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why we love this

A deep sea lore, where sounds move without vertebrae in slow, almost ancient, repetition. Each new sound and texture holds meaning and adds a layer to the release’s sense of ambiguity, and its hypnotic state.

about the record

Music taken from the Carte Blanche performance "Monument 0.10: The Living Monument" by Eszter Salamon. This album contains selections from Carmen Villain's score for the two-and-a-half-hour performance, most of them edited down from the long-form versions that accompanied the ultra-slow scenes of the performance. These are Carmen Villain's first compositions for dance.

Acclaimed choreographer Eszter Salamon’s dance performance, "The Living Monument," is built on still life, slowness, and the presence of the body. In the performance, the theatrical elements are equal and interdependent, and it develops into an installation of sound, movement, and figures. Each tableau is bound together by Carmen Villain’s hypnotic score, in which the audience is taken on a meditative journey through vibrant tableaus in a dreamlike universe. Carmen Villain's score is a suspension of time, where her music is seeking a new form of slow-moving minimalism.

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