Initially performed at Somerset House as part of Voice of a Tempest curated by Anne Duffau.

A performance that departs from the intrinsic relations between voice formation and identity, from acts of voice-finding and from the intimacy of a throat uttering what is already shaped by externally situated experiences. During the performance, I was wearing a wax-casted contact mic whilst chasing my pre-recorded voice that was mixed into a soundscape mainly composed of early recordings of Hebrew music. These recordings, as Hebrew was a newly revived language at the time of their making, also served as didactic tools exemplifying how Hebrew should be spoken.

Slowly, she is a throat of decompression (2023)

© Guy Ronen 2023