Noria
Lilt︎︎︎


sound artist,
producer, dj, 
composer based
in Bern Switzerland




︎︎︎ INCARNATION

electronic orison
dance 
theater
music








February 17-20, 2022
Museum of Art
and History, Fribourg
CHOREOGRAPHY&DANCE
Nicole Morel

TEXTS&THEATER 
Joséphine de Weck

MUSIC
Fiona Rody


DRAMATURGY 
Ulrike von Fassmann

SOUND ENGINEERING
Frank Bongni

LIGHT&SCENOGRAPHY
Mario Torchio
COSTUMES
Sefia Semlali

ADMINISTRATION
Juan Diaz

PRODUCTION
Antipode Danse Tanz

PICTURES
Nicolas Brodard

TRAILER
ELIUM


DOCUMENTATION
AUDIO&VIDEO
on request

Three artists, three disciplines: by combining music, movement and speech, they create a contemporary ritual. A ritual that takes into account both the present and the eternal, that crosses both the ecstatic and the contemplative. A ritual that goes beyond the profane and carries us away. In this cohabitation, the large intertwines with the small, the abstract with the concrete, the opposite with the self. And from these impulses a force is born that makes us vibrate.



In partnership with the Museum of Art and History Fribourg
Supported by Etat de Fribourg, Loterie Romande, Agglomération de Fribourg






︎︎︎LAYERS composition
installation 







September 3rd, 2022
Erlebnys.xyz
Landesplattenberg
Engi, Glarus






CONCEPT
Philipp Cron

MUSIC
Belia Winnewisser
Goffbaby
Noria Lilt
Till Hillbrecht

 
SCENOGRAPHY
INSTALLATION
LIGHT DESIGN
Thomas Giger

FLYER
Martin Cramatte


DOCUMENTATION
AUDIO 
on request







The Landesplattenberg is a former slate mine near the village of Engi (Glarus). The mine was first mentioned in a document in 1565 and was in operation until 1961. Nowadays, guided tours are offered, however a comprehensive artistic presentation of this vast mine has not yet taken place.

Through the interplay between sound, the natural environment of the mountain's core and the scenography created by Thomas Giger, the visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy this unique experience. Featuring four new works commissioned and composed especially for the Landesplattenberg by the artists Belia Winnewisser, Goffbaby, Noria Lilt and Till Hillbrecht.

Their compositions are based on the Glarus Zither. The traditional Glarus instrument, which is still played exclusively by women, and have no standardized string tuning. The instruments started to be built by female players themselves in the early 19th century. Thus the different zither groups each have their own instrument tunings.

For "Schichten/Layers" each of the four composers also develops their own tuning: each one of them creates a new piece of about 20 minutes in tuning of their own choice - all tones together form a four-part harmony.  The composers are free in the musical realization of the pitch: their works must be limited to only one pitch, which they determine themselves. The four-part harmony is layered individually: Composer A defines a tone; this is passed on to composer B, who layers a tone on top of it. This tone is passed on to composer C, and so on. In this way, the four composers build their own zither. The music plays simultaneously in loops at specific locations on the Landesplattenberg. Once the sound undulations are released, they put the mountain under an enchantment that will add layers to this magical place that were once removed by hard manual labor.


With the additional support of Kanton Zürich Fachstelle Kultur, Landis & Gyr Stiftung



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