CERAMICS | GLASS | WOOD (AMARANTH)
Every day we eat, usually three times a day. Throughout the meal, our senses are stimulated, but the sense of hearing is frequently neglected.
This project starts with these small details: the sound of tableware. It creates a narrative environment from the interplay of material and sound. Through the interactions with the sounding tableware, a unique dining experience is created that encourages us to rethink our relationship to objects and our etiquette at the table.
"Phonatable" is a compound word that emphasizes its narrative qualities. The adjective phonatable refers to a table with tableware that can be perceived as sound.
Silent Dinner, Strasbourg, 4’28’’
Special thanks to Jules Bonneau
On-site performance 6'25'' 31.03.2022 19:00
Performer: Geng Bi
China central conservatory of Music
Percussion musician based in Berlin
Special thanks to @kunsthalleamhamburgerplatz