Gee (2017)

A live sound sculpture for harp computer. A sound field that allows diving into a frozen picture. The harpists play a durational sequence while it is tuned to the Bayat Maqam (quarter tones). She has a communication language with the computer player that operates a set of effects on her that hatches from 8 loudspeakers floating with ropes a few centimeters from the floor and around the audience, moving like a thick cloud in space in a 3-dimensional way from speaker to speaker.

The piece brings the audience into a multi-sensual experience and invites listening with a sense of plenty of time.

Was created in a residency in MASH center funded by Mifal Hapais.

Premiered in Israel Festival 2017.

Performed in The Karnaf Theater, Jerusalem.

Composer: Matan Daskal

Harp: Tal Vaknin / Computer: Asaf Meidan

Art director: Tom Love / Graphic design: Efrat Solomon

Video: Malu Zayon,  Shalev Ne'eman