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, 7. solo, The Unthinkable of Nothingness (acousmatic)
Invisible Places, São Miguel, Açores, Portugal

The Unthinkable of Nothingness is a performance proposal focused on the possible experiences of listening, following the principles of acousmatic as it was conceived by the Greek philosopher Pythagoras who proposed the abolition of his own visual appearance, using a veil while he was teaching to his students. He argued that by the implementation of this process, the concentration on the message would be much stronger and deeper. Following this principle, the piece seeks for promote this practise applied to the fruition of music content in a black box context, deprived of light.

(before the darkness starts)

(preparation for The Unthinkable of Nothingness)