PREAUSODY is the telescoping of words preau and prosody.
PREAUSODY is inspired by the piece Stripsody created in 1966 by Cathy Berberian.
PREAUSODY takes over the onomatopoeia and palindromes painted on the floor of the College de Censuy yard in Renens as part of an artistic intervention.
PREAUSODY has these words interpreted up and down by a singer using an aerial photograph of the courtyard as a score.
PREAUSODY is an object that can be heard on a turntable, hang on the wall, read on a lectern, eventually toss in the air or why not use as a square.