domingo, 22 de septiembre de 2013

«Intermission. An Audio Portrait of Place»

INTERMISSION: AN AUDIO PORTRAIT OF PLACE -MAPPING THE SPACE BETWEEN A AND B. A BROADCAST & LIVE WEB STREAM RADIO EVENT, 20-22 SEPTEMBER

A collaboration between Jennie Savage and Echoes

Hace semana y media, me encontraba recorriendo Lavapiés grabadora en mano. Caminando desde la Plaza de Lavapiés hacia el Rastro, estaba realizando un paseo sonoro para el proyecto «Intermission» de Jennie Savage para el programa «Ecos» de OSSO Radio, Lisboa.

El proyecto, que aborda el paseo y la cartografía como una manera de reflexionar sobre el espacio urbano, está enmarcado dentro de la III Bienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa.

Ahora mismo, las piezas participantes, así
como el programa completo y la lista de participantes se pueden encontrar aquí:

http://www.osso.pt/projectos/ecos/radio/

http://stress.fm/

«To make a map is to create a visual register of place. To actively use a map is to make connections andperceptuallyjoinpeople, places and ideas together.

‘Mapping’ is an attempt to represent multiplicity. To give form to concepts, ideas, journey’s, even time. An audio map is the playing out of sounds, ideas, field recordings, footage and imaginings from geography this creates a new topography- a new map. A map that connects sounds to place and then forges connections between places.

This process is empowering. It connects people and ideas; situations that seemed singular become multiple.

The broadcast has been organised into sections: ‘Territories’ Individual, community, locality, corporate, global, bought into conversation. ‘Convergence’ The intermeshing of birdsong, a human voice, a car, a factory, a glitch, a shopping mall, an airport a train station, their convergence as audio portrait of place and human experience. ‘Psycho geography’, Time emerges through place. ‘Reflexivity’ Thinking about the idea of the field recording, the meaning of a walk or journey. ‘Dis orienteering’ The field recording as starting point for abstraction or manipulation.

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Broadcast by stress.fm between 20 and 22 of September

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LIST OF PARTICIPANTS:

Acoustic Mirror / Madrid, Spain Alan Dunn & Jeff Young / Liverpool, UK Alan Gleeson / Berlin, Germany Aldene Rocha and Ingeborg Blom Andersskog / Rio de Janeiro, Brasil Alejandro Cornejo Montibeller / Lima, Perú Alejandro Villegas / Bogotá, Colombia Aline Dufat / London, UK Amira Hanafi / Cairo, Egypt Ana Gandum / Lisboa, Portugal Antonio Bermúdez / Bogotá, Colombia Ashley Scott / Newcastle, Australia Balam Ronan / Querétaro, éxico Becky Grajeda / Chicago, Illinois, USA Betelhem Makonnen / Rio de Janeiro, Brasil Brendan Baylor / Iowa City, USA Camille Lacroix and Flora Detraz - Paris, France - Stockholm, Sweden Charlotte Wendy Law / London, UK Chris Wood / London, UK Christopher DeLaurenti / Williamsburg, VA, USA Cristina Gaviria Beltrán / Bogotá, Colombia Dafydd Sills-Jones / Aberystwyth, Wales Damir Kustic / Rijeka, Croatia David Blamey / London, UK David Brazier, Kelda Free and Advent Sorrow / Perth,Australia David Tarnow and Doug Wright / Caminho de Santiago in Spain and France David Tomaloff / Racine, USA Dirk Elst / Ghent, Belgium Dixie Treichel / Minneapolis, MN, USA Elisabetta Senesi / Florence, Italy Elizabeth Ross / México City, México Emiliano Battistini / Rimini, Italy Eric Leonardson / USA Estelle Rosenfeld / Ramsgate, UK - Paris, France Félix Blume / Mexico City, Mexico - France - Belgium Flavien Gillié / Niévroz, France Gabriel Dernbach / Berlin, Germany Gintas k / Marijampole, Lithuania GRAU/T / Essen, Germany Greg Ruben / Brooklyn, New York, USA James W. Norton / London and Cambridge, UK Jan Van Den Dobbelsteen / Eindhoven, The Netherlands Jess Allen / UK João Bento / Portugal John F. Barber / Vancouver, Washington, USA Jordan Cleland / Indianapolis, IN, USA Jorn Ebner / Berlin Kreuzberg, German José Pastor / Aldeia do Mato, Portugal Julia Heslop / Newcastle upon Tyne, England Jurgen de Blonde - Alfoon / Belguim Kevin Logan / London, UK Larry Achiampong / London, UK Mandy Williams / London, UK Marcelo Armani / Canoas, Brasil Marco Lampis / Italy Maria Balabas / Bucharest. Romania Maria Best / Saarbrucken, Germany Maria Papadomanolaki / London, UK Mario Lautier Vella / Hertfordshire, UK Mark Hardy / USA Marssares / Maricá, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil Matt Warren / Hobart, Australia Mauro Sá Rego Costa / Rio de Janeiro, Brasil - Havana, Cuba Michael Cousin / Wales, Cardiff Munan Øvrelid and Marcellvs L / Berlin, Germany Natasha Lowe Swingler / London, UK Nigel Helyer / North Fremantle, Australia Noah Jurcin / Chicago, USA Paul Collins / Paris, France - Toronto, Canada Pedro Garbellini / São Paulo, Brasil Peter Barnard / Buckinghamshire, UK Peter Lenaerts / Brussels, Belgium - Sydney, Australia Peter Strickmann / Saarbrücken, Germany Rachel Andrews / Co Leitrim, Ireland Radio APPROXIM / Uden, Netherlands Randolph Jordan / Vancouver, Canada Random Order Collective / London, Uk Rebecca Louise Collins / The Dyfi Biosphere, Mid-West Wales Renee Lauzon / USA Riccardo Benassi / Berlin, Germany Saba Hasan / New Delhi, India Sam Heydt / NYC, USA Sierra Mitchell / Chicago IL, USA Simon Serc Pharmafabrik / Haidenschaft, Slovenia Sirpa Jokinen / Helsinki, Finland Speculum / Los Angeles, USA Stuart Craig / Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK Susanna Jurvanen / Finland Tariq Emam / Scarborough, UK The Psychogeographical Commission / Glasgow, UK Tricia Flanagan / Kowloon City, Hong Kong Ulrich Ludat / Saarbrücken, Germany Uwe Kirsch Aka Genarten / Bremen, Germany Virgilio Oliveira / Currently living in London, UK. William Diaz / Bogotá, Colombia Wiska Radkiewicz and Andrea Cohen / France / USA Yorgos Taxiarchopoulos / Athens, Greece»

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