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Agua de rosas

by Ristic / Heuman

Colibri 04:00
Vertiente 03:15
Mono 06:07


An intimate journey of two performers opens time portal to the magical island of Korčula where they live and create in domestic coexistence.
The sound of a dog walking on a wooden floor, stone streets echoing with strange human activities, sound of birds and rain, and magnificent involvement of the kids, the recording unravels sonic showers of the atmosphere and handful of details produced with kitchen objects, found objects, built and/or prepared instruments.

Tatiana Heuman & Manja Ristić first met and performed in the summer of 2016. Although belonging to two generations and coming from different parts of the world, they have similar approach to intuitive performing and share mutual love for sound creation beyond genres. Crossing and investigating the borders in interdisciplinary performing arts is definitely a common ground for Manja & Tatiana.

Tatiana (1991, Buenos Aires) is a drummer & percussionist, sound artist & producer, avant-pop artist & dancer.

Manja (1979, Belgrade) is a violinist & improv performer, sound artist & researcher, poet & cultural activist.


released November 9, 2017

Manja Ristić, violin, bells, cymbals, Bolephone, stones, found objects
Tatiana Heuman, voice, drums, Bolephone, stones, found objects
The kid Luka
The dog Bole
Depolo Street pass-by-ers
Rain & Thunder field recording by Manja Ristić
Cover art by Luka Bilbija

Special thanks to Ivan Pecotić - Peco
Recorded August 2017


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Manja Ristić Belgrade, Serbia

Born in Belgrade 1979. Violinist, sound artist, curator and researcher mostly active in the field of electro-acoustics, instrumental improvisation & experimental sound related arts. Graduated at the Belgrade Music Academy, then gained PGDip at the Royal College of Music, London. ... more

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