Steffi Weismann, Özgür Erkök Moroder Touch Amplifiers #3 »How can smooth skin clutch onto the world« (Amplified sanding-suit performance) Performance — Kleiner Wasserspeicher — Fri 9/28/18 — 8pm  

Two pre-futurist bodies perform the reinvention of ›the touch‹. They are coming from the beginning of geometry, just before the age of meaning. Their task is reconditioning everyday tactile actions. Sanding paper suits are connected to a voice processer through contact microphones, amplifying and distorting movements of touch. They are happening in the gap between sound and image, as well as in the gap between action and purpose.


Sound/Assistance: Janine Eisenächer
Sandpaper Suits: Özgür Erkök Moroder (2017)


Özgür Erkök Moroder (TR), lives in Berlin. Works involve everyday politics and gender. Synthpunk concert performances as sesperisi. Member of Ha Za Vu Zu collective, Istanbul.

Steffi Weismann (CH/DE), performance and sound artist. Focuses on audiovisual compositions and the intersection of analog and digital media. Member of the Maulwerker group, co-curator at Kunsthaus KuLe.


Steffi Weismann, Özgür Erkök Moroder