Woodpecker is a sculptural, interactive and musical installation for babies and toddlers between four months and two years old.
I peck, I feel, I rub, I fly… softly back and forth. Again and again.
Babies, toddlers and their parents can listen, feel, play, hang, crawl and roll in this very large sound installation. A woodpecker has a musical dialogue, while a nightingale sings his evening song and interacts with the babies. Sparkling, warm, friendly and repetitive sounds, music and movements stimulate and envelop the littlest ones in this installation and performance by Klankennest.
Woodpecker is a performance installation by Liesbeth Bodyn(concept/vocals), Jeroen Van der Fraenen (creation/sound system), Hans Beckers (sound system/vocal) en Indré Jurgeleviciute (Klankles/voice) and Annemie Osborne (cello/voice), Rebecca Van Bogaert (voice, percussion en flute) en Tine Allegaert(trompet/voice).
Woodpecker is a coproduction with WIELS (Contemporary Art Centre.)