KlangHaus is a site-specific show created for each building it is performed in — responding to the acoustic, the light, the materials and resonances of the space: real, metaphorical and imagined. It is a cross between an art exhibition, an architectural installation and a live gig. This immersive experience brings spectacularly ordinary spaces alive through sound design, projected film and glimpsed vignettes. Together art-noise collective The Neutrinos and artist Sal Pittman challenge conventions of the live gig with a 360-degree multi-sensory encounter.
KlangHaus is created through a close collaboration between the experimental rock band The Neutrinos...
"A Neutrinos show will leave you dazed, shocked, maybe scared, but certainly thrilled" — World of Gigs USA
...and visual artist Sal Pittman:
"Her work strides from page to projector with bold vision" — Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard (Directors, 20,000 Days on Earth)
The original KlangHaus created a sensation at the Edinburgh Fringe. The theatre critics began claiming the show for their own and KlangHaus was hailed The Guardian’s Top Ten stage show in 2014.
"The most inventive presentation of music I have seen in 25 years of gig-going" — The Guardian
"Aural and visual magic, a joy-inducing original" — The Times *****
"The walls of the space and the music...are genuinely in dialogue with each other" — Lyn Gardner, The Guardian ****
KlangHaus’s most basic requirements are a secure building, with a past and an electricity supply.