New work of Polish audiovisual sister art collective WIDT. An abstract audiovisual opera oscillating between concert, performance, installation and video art.
WIDT is an audiovisual sister art collective of Antonina Nowacka and Bogumila Piotrowska. Their work emerges from the concept of the abstract opera, which is a phenomenon based on the non-verbal narration oscillating between concert, performance, installation and video art. Using the wide range of voice possibilities and the organic flow of the analogue video feedback in the spirit of minimalism allows to create a dynamic compositions which are simultaneously subtle, elusive and uncompromising.
„This new work The enter of Bebza and Gorgordzina into Kuloncziba comes with the idea of enriching the audial and visual space with the living, organic content and energy represented by the group of human beings reflecting on their sensitivity and subtleness in the relation to the abstract narration and will be presented due to the unique sound and space characteristic of the PLATO.“
WIDT = an audiovisual collaboration of two sisters, Antonina Nowacka (voice/processing) and Bogumila Piotrowska (live visuals). An unique phenomenon oscillating between concert, performance, installation and video art. WIDT had released two audiovisual albums: POINT#3 VHS (2015, Pointless Geometry) and WIDT cd/dvd (2016, Zoharum), both appreciated by the renowned british magazine The Quietus.