This is a way of making music with groups that I am currently developing. The basic idea is to explore objects and musical instruments as sensual material: as surface, weight, shape and quality first. To familiarize with the instrument as source of sensation rather than sound. Sounds is then created by focussing on specific touch, by executing specific movements with the objects: the practioneers tries to sense sound rather than listening to it. Often I work with simple objects such as stones, pieces of wood, metal sheets and I always include the human body and voice. Music is choreographed and danced so to say. With this method I develop and direct soundscapes and compositions, rhytmical patterns and choirs.

I share this practice in form of concerts or workshops with groups of 2 to 200 people.