SELFED - soundtrack
The soundtrack of composer Kreng (Pepijn Caudron) to Kevin Trappeniers performance Selfed
has been released on Drone Records' Substantia Innominata Series.
Buy the album here: www.dronerecords.de
Format: a double 10 inch (45 rpm) vinyl
This 2 x10" vinyl comes in a full colour double-gatefold sleeve.
Each record pressed in a different colour (blue-black / red-black).
The D side has a 'clear on red' etching with the credits.
ed. of 498 copies
Release Year: 2016
Artwork: Kevin Trappeniers
Artwork design: Tillman Benninghaus
Mastering: Peter Andersson
Label & Cat.Number: Drone Records, Substantia Innominata, SUB-23
Pepijn Caudron aka Kreng is a composer for movies, theater productions, video games and dance. Starting with soundtracks for the stage in 2007, he has since then created an impressive catalogue of work, submerging deeply into a cinematic musical world, often built on 'classic' instrumental sounds. KRENGs compositions share a rare intensity and originality, immersing the listener into gloomy and surealistic atmospheres.
More info: http://krengmusic.com
SELFED is a choreography by Kevin Trappeniers, a piece for a single female dancer.
SELFED the performance, as well as the score and the sound design, explore methods to adapt the body to mental and physical barriers of the self and society, and how to overcome those obstacles or gain control over them. The dance performance incorporates both the philosophy and techniques of Parkour within contemporary dance. SELFED investigates the notion of the energy of self and self-sacrifice. The self meant as an aid and a tool for introspection and reflexion, for demolition and construct of the borders of the self - of the body and the mind. Accordingly, the performance and music reflects on the positioning of mankind towards individual and social power structures."
In 2014, Kevin Trappeniers was artist in residence TAKT Dommelhof (BE) to create the dance performance SELFED, which premiered at Plesni Teater Ljubljana (Slovenia). After this choreographic debut, which consisted of an outside and an inside part made for the specific locations in Slovenia, Trappeniers reworked the inside part to physical theatre.
More info: www.kevintrappeniers.be/works-selfed