Led by Vlada Tomova, the Bulgarian Voices trio will transform the space with the immersive sound of Bulgarian women’s choir music. Teaming up with renowned media artist Ursula Scherrer, projections will be spread around the room creating a powerful synergy of light and sound.
The poetic quality of Ursula Scherrer’s work reminds one of moving paintings, drawing the viewer into the images, leaving them with their own stories. She transforms spaces and landscapes into serene, abstract portraits of rhythm, color and light – inner landscapes in the outside world where the images and actions have less to do with what we see then with the feeling they leave behind.
Scherrer is a Swiss artist living in New York. Her work has been shown in festivals, galleries and museums internationally.
Her aesthetic training began with dance, transitioned to choreography and expanded to photography,
video, text, mixed media and performance art.
Her work has been shown at REDCAT, Los Angeles, Ideas City Festival of the New Museum, New York, the Clocktower, New York, Chelsea Art Museum, New York, Brooklyn Museum, Roulette, Brooklyn, Salisbury University, SHARED.museum, Bremen, Seoul Square/Gana Art Gallery, Korea, Organhaus, Chongqing, China, LACE, Los Angeles, artMuse, Gdansk and Bocholt, ZKM, Karlsruhe, LAB, San Francisco, Würtemburgischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart, Kunstraum Walcheturm, Zürich, Raum in Bologna, Kunstraum Krems, O’artoteca, Milan, Gasometer, Liechtenstein, Espai Ubu, Barcelona, Centre d’Art La Panera, Lleida, among others.
The choir will be immersed in Ursula Scherrer’s video, extending the voices with colors, shapes and light.