BUMP (by Amnon wolman) – performance at Nuthuis, 2016
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BUMP (by Amnon wolman) – performance at Nuthuis, 2016

BUMP at Nutshuis

BUMP (by Amnon wolman) – performance at Nuthuis, 2016

Played at Nuthuis, the Hague (during Hoogtuj #46, September 2016)

Composer Amnon Wolman writes about BUMP:

Bump is an installation/performance piece with no determined length. There are two basic components to the piece, the live part for bass solo and the electronic part. The piece should be performed in an open space where people are usually standing or walking but not sitting. A gallery, a lobby, a foyer of a concert hall, or the middle of a park could all serve as places for the performance of the piece, but not a traditional concert hall. The performer decides on the length of the piece, its minimum length is about five minutes, and there is no maximum length.