If you say something over and over again, like the words I love you, at first it sounds as if it has some meaning. But after repeating it 10 times you start to hear the words individually and the meaning underlying them comes to question. After 100,000 times repeating it people might think that you're insane. Even if the language has been compromised, the words owe themselves to speech. Speech that can be felt. Feeling that's capable of telling you something.

Film: Andrew de Freitas
Performance: Lina Hermsdorf
Featuring: Jol Thomson

Cadenza for solo viola - composed by Krzysztof Penderecki
Adapted to violin and cello by Stefan Weber
Performed by Stefan Weber [violin] & Johannes Kasper [cello]

Field recording and audio sampling: Andrew de Freitas
Original score / digital composition: {tf.crdnl}
Additional Sound Recording: Alexey Vanushkin

Remerciements: Frankfurter Kunstverein - Lillian Engelmann/ Frein Jäger, Aurélia Defrance, Patrick Keaveney, Amy Ball