Rishin Singh in residence at Errant Bodies
Over the last four months Rishin Singh has attempted to read all the printed material published by Errant Bodies Press. The following series of performances and installations address the questions: What do words about sound sound like? and Is it possible to build an environment out of words about the built environment?
mimesis and passim (with Xavier Lopez)
Two multimedia performances focussing on text, and emphasising the creative aspect of reading.
26/2 & 27/2
a twitcher’s guide to prenzlauer berg (with Anna Bernhardt) and errata (from the words in trees series)
A zine and an installation which uses language as a navigational device.
Imaginary architecture//temporary space created by the possibility of sound//wear warm clothing.
THE METHODOLOGY FOR THIS RESIDENCY HAS BEEN STOLEN, IN PART, FROM MANFRED WERDER
Rishin Singh (born 1985, Kuala Lumpur) uses the trombone, text, scores, video and performance to make music that is simultaneously plain and sensual. Some collaborators include Clare Cooper (Sydney), Ur 1st Luv (Sydney), Goh Lee Kwang (Kuala Lumpur), Martijn Tellinga (Beijing), Jason Kahn (Zürich), and in Berlin – Konzert Minimal, Johnny Chang, Catherine Lamb, Bryan Eubanks, Héctor Rey. He lives in Berlin.