We are a plot device, Regina de Miguel y Lucrecia Dalt

Partiendo de la revolucionaria idea de endosimbiosis de Margulis, -en la que postula que las primeras formas de vida fueron creadas a partir de organismos simbióticos y que también inspira a Haraway-, se basa este trabajo sonoro: “We are a plot device”, una colaboración entre la artista visual Regina de Miguel y la artista sonora... Leer más →

Never Alone, Donna Haraway

(Extracto de mi tesis) En realidad no todo está conectado a todo, dice Haraway, pero todo está conectado a algo. Los juegos de cuerdas de los indios americanos representan este vaivén de relaciones múltiples interdimensionales. Un juego tradicional que data de tiempos prehistóricos que precisamente sirve de contenedor de historias sobre el cosmos. Cada una... Leer más →

Jungle-ize, Francisco López y Soundwalk Collective, 2016

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RP_gCtWt6yc&ab_channel=TimesSquareNYC http://www.jungle-ized.com/ An interactive sonic visual art installation in Times Square celebrating Earth Month, April 1-30, 2016 in collaboration with a Voice for Nature. Featuring Amazon Rainforest Sound Environments Recorded by Francisco López. Soundwalk Collective will present JUNGLE-IZED: a month-long interactive multi-sensory art installation that will transform Times Square, transporting over half a million visitors... Leer más →

Hormiggageton, Agnes Pè, 2017

En el certamen de «land art», Arte en la tierra, de Santa Lucía de Ocón (La Rioja), Agnes Pè ha buscado el lenguaje de las hormigas. Con micrófonos de contacto comprueba que estos insectos "emiten, de vez en cuando, sonidos que no son solo sus pasos". Aunque principalmente ha logrado captar el ruido que hacen... Leer más →

Tanya Harris, cymatic, sound, ayahuasca

Tanya Harris is a multidisciplinary artist whose work aims to provoke new insights into the subtle vibrations through which all life manifests. Her work takes the form of sonic installations, drawing, hand-made electrical devices, drawn thread-work embroidery, collage and vibrational elixirs. From: https://www.vice.com/en/article/kbnjmy/ayahuasca-ceremony-sound-art-visualization-textiles The Shipibo people in Peru’s Amazon rainforest use the hallucinogenic brew, ayahuasca,... Leer más →

Myriam Van Imschoot. What nature says.

Myriam Van Imschoot makes performances, creates sound poetry and vocal pieces, exhibits video and sound installations. She holds a unique position in the Belgian art field, moving between institutional fields and media, with a keen interest to experiment with contexts when not creating her own. As an artist she first started working with archives as... Leer más →

Techno-alchemical integration in the works of David Dunn

By Ethan Hayden David Dunn’s music provides a world of intriguing interactions: a bird sings in counterpoint with electronic tones (Mimus Polyglottos, 1976), humans listen to themselves listening (Purposeful Listening in Complex States of Time, 1998), and pinion engraver beetles are stimulated with recordings of their own sounds (The Sound of Light in Trees, 2006).... Leer más →

Harnessing the Imagination: Between the Real and Abstract

Megan Reich From https://scalar.usc.edu/works/soundscape-composition-as-environmental-activism-and-awareness-an-ecomusicological-approach/harnessing-the-imagination-between-the-real-and-abstract#_ftn7 As Parmar implies, the meeting of the soundscape composer’s personal vision with the recorded material puts the soundscape composition at a juncture, between the imaginary and real. The first element of this “meeting,” the composer’s personal experience, yields to Hildegard Westerkamp’s remark that a soundscape composition is inherently colored by the... Leer más →

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