Myriam Van Imschoot travelled the world and registered the sounds she heard. She visited a zoo, listened to noise on motorways, using a tuning-fork, she went wandering in the forests (and discovered birds singing like chainsaws) and in Australia, she saw crocodiles, but could not hear them.

Five performers – with backgrounds varying from the noise underground scene to the world of pop music – imitate the sounds of the field recordings that Van Imschoot made, by using their own voices. This results in a radiophonic performance, auditory as well as visually interesting, recognizable and abstract, in which ideas on the human, nature and machines are questioned. Those who listen carefully, discover that there are some things terribly wrong.

This performance is part of The(im)Possible Stage, the performing arts program of (im)Possible Futures.

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