Jeroen Uyttendaele searches for different shapes in graphite to use as an alphabet for his performances. Several gestures as drawing, erasing and touching are part of an audiovisual composition. Uyttendaele uses graphite as a conductor for electricity. By creating variable compositions he controls the sound colour.
Video of the performance Ground; click here
"Ground offers a field of possibilities in which auditive and visual elements are interconnected. Drawing, touching and slowly or rapidly (re)positioning the instruments on the drawing have a direct auditive result. Live electronic music becomes an explicitly tangible and open practice." (1)
Performatik, 26/02/2013, Q-o2 Brussels