Performances I-X is a durational work presented in ten parts. Its sound comes from the collision and blurring of a microphone against architecture, space, and Carter’s own body. Listeners can observe the execution of different movements with a wired microphone – walking, running, throwing, dropping, and swinging. As he physically generates and shapes both familiar and unexpected auditory events, the work’s cumulative parts sound a variably loud and soft collapse into the reflective planes of interior space and the textured folds of fabric and flesh.
As part of the series Frei.Zeit.