Some time ago, I discovered to ‘sing’ my paintings in a spontaneous invented language, that I call ‘Quaf’.
By doing this, I recreate the containts and energies, that are in the painting, anew and make them acustically available. It has an amazing effect, because it brings the audience to feel, what is in the painting and not only perceive it mentally.
I then completely surrender to the flow of my essence to openly share and express, what is rising into my awareness.
Performing I am completely connected to the audience, to the surrounding and the angelic realms.
The passion and the sparkling joy of life, that I feel, expands and lets people come right in the now- moment, the brain can leave for holidays.
ALIBRA- singing touches the heart and the sozul and has a deeply inspiring and healing effect.
…then by a secret word
the whole wrong being disappears
here You can see some photos of a performance, that I did in October 2011, where I sang two paintings
Feuer zu Transformation, in das die Teilnehmer etwas, das nicht mehr zu ihnen passt, werfen konnten
die aufsteigenden Planeten sind wie die Töne, die der Trommel entsteigen
This second ‘Sound-Painting’, also painted in oil, was created on the first of March 2010 in a small church in Dreieichenhain, a village close to my Atelier with the friendly sponsorship of the priestess Nicole Oehler, heartfelt thanks, that we could be your guests!
The Gong- and Colour- performance went on again about 3 hours.
From here a big ‘thank you’ to all the visitors and attendees of the performance!
It has been so much fun to choose a quite unusual form of presentation of an art-work.
As an introduction the guests had the opportunity to listen to some classical music, that especially was reflecting the different areas in the painting, gazing at and contemplating it. After a little pause Cora came in – her face made up in white- to sing the painting, accompanied by her drum, with spontaneous improvised syllables and melodies. Thus bringing the ‘waters of life’ into motion and adding even more liveliness and accessability to the painting. A great self-collection and focus has been the prerequisite to enrich the room with magic and wonder.