Phonobellow by David Adamcyk, Zosha Di Castri.

Guaranteed to blow you away! Phonobellow, a huge bellows, spreads across the stage like an accordion or an old-fashioned camera. Through images, electronics, sculpture, lighting, and live music, Phonobellow captures how deeply two very different technologies — the high-speed camera and the phonograph — resonated with people in 1877, and how they continue to reverberate to this day.

David Adamcyk, Zosha Di Castri, conception and construction of the installation. Ben Hagari, video.



Coproduction MNM / International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE)