Musica Sanae Day 2 takes place at the project’s main venue: the Museum Kesselhaus Herzberge, a unique building situated on the grounds of the historical and still functioning psychiatric hospital, Evangelisches Krankenhaus Königin Elisabeth Herzberge.
Day 2 features a durational immersive installation by Agf Hydra, concerts such as the Berlin premiere of Felicia Atkinson’s ‘Hedera Helix’ and Anthony Pateras’ ‘Pseudacusis’ for ensemble, LABOUR’s ‘constructs of sanity’ for large ensemble, a light installation by Fredrik Olofsson, visual work by Evelyn Bencicova, film screenings curated by Rumpsti Pumsti (Musik), and a lecture-performance by Erik Bünger titled ‘Aglossostomography’.
Musica Sanae is a research-based art project dedicated to intersections of sound and medicine which hosts musicians, artists, performers, researchers and theorists who present their takes on how new ways of hearing produce and underlie our notions of hygiene, health, well-being, progress and sanity. Following iterations in Naples and Sokolowsko, this 3-day edition is the final in the series.
More information at www.musicasanae.com.