phóné phainó phoney
phóné phainó phoney is a collaborative work – collective sanjugodo – exploring the numerous definitions found within these three meanings we attempt to expose and demystify the perfect synthesis that is live performance.
phóné: a sound, noise, voice, language, dialect.
phainó: to shine, shed light, become visible, appear, become clear, seem, to reveal oneself as.
phoney: not genuine or real, intended to deceive or mislead, having no genuine existence, making a false show.
running time: c.a. 20 min
premiere: October 2015 at Roxy Birsfelden in Basel, Switzerland
Jeremy Nedd: choreography
Fabrizio Di Salvo: sound design
Christof Stürchle: audio design
Una Cori Lupo: costume
Ruben Dario Bañol Herrera: video editing
Alessandro Schiattarella: video filming
Fabrizio Di Salvo + Kihako Narisawa + Jeremy Nedd: concept / choreography / text / lighting design / performance