Hyphenated Score (2), 2022
Centrale Fies (IT)
Multimedia Installation, 22’00’’
 In Hyphenated Score (2), the audience first encounters two relief sculptures, free-standing in space, a rhythmic sound, and another wax sculpture hanging from the ceiling that frames a video display.
 With support: Dylan Spencer-Davidson, Gleb Maiboroda, Theresa Zwerschke, Afrang Malekian
 The sculptures serve the performer as a visual score guiding a dancerly movement. The interplay of the media elements tells of touch: the appropriation of “untouched” land as well as the touch through the eyes that violently scan “the other” in the sense of an othering. Hyphenated Score (2) imagines a way of dealing with and accessing one‘s own environment that is based on the principle of the dance score. Rather than attempting to create a uniform, to-scale representation of landscape, bodies, or movement, this approach is about the act of convergence. Scores create a togetherness: between bodies, objects, and their environment. A score is a means to learn more about the interrelationship between oneself and the world.