Both „Glossy On Hydra“ and „Clam Powder
On Lofoten“ are based on the situational
use of singing.
For each work, there was a site chosen
and then used for a singing session ritual.
Each time the artist was working together
with two local singers to form a small
singing group to perform in the open air.
In both cases the session was filmed by
a drone in the shy while sound was recorded
from the ground.
„Glossy On Hydra“ was created on the
Greek island Hydra in 2017.
Drone Operator „Glossy On Hydra“:
Singers: Mariangela Panagoutidou,
Athina Syntychaki, Anne Pflug.
The work premiered at ASFA BBQ Festival
in Athens on the 30th of May in 2018
within the framework program of Documenta 14.