Coming from practices of sculpture, music and dance, we are Kerstin Ergenzinger, Bnaya Halperin-Kaddari and Kiran Kumar,
a collective for transdisciplinary
art and research.

Kerstin Ergenzinger is a visual artist working across the fields of installation, electronic arts, sound and drawing. The inextricable relations between body and world, perception and the perceived, sensing and sense making are central themes of her practice.

Bnaya Halperin-Kaddari is a musician and sonic artist. His work explores the intricate connections between sound and space, and music’s place-making abilities. His work has taken the form of concert music, improvisation performance and installation.

Kiran Kumar is a dance artist, researcher and writer. His work focuses on unpacking understandings of the human body-mind through a trifold practice of dance as art, science and ritual, and on the proposals for change that these understandings may hold for our contemporary world.

Sono-Choreographic Collective was born during our individual fellowship term at the Berlin Centre for Advanced Studies in Arts and Sciences between 2016 and 2018. During that time instinctive connections developed between us, as we realised that we are indeed investigating similar spaces of the subtle through different means of sculpture, music and dance; joining forces felt only natural.