Site-specific composition for three corners in Neukölln
Julie Myers adopts the role of a stranger or outsider in order to initiate a
response, or make sense of a specific place. She finds a place to sit and to watch, to get to know her environment.
She hears the ‘sizzle’ of food being made, the timbre of a voice, the cry of a child, the hum of the traffic.
Her texts, like graphic scores, are presented in the gallery for interpretation by improvisor Simon Rose on baritone saxophone.