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Sound, Listening and Technique

with John Grzinich

22nd–24th April 2013
coord. Pedro Tudela (FBAUP)
At Cooperativa dos Pedreiros, Porto
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In this workshop we will discuss, analyze and implement various ‘techniques of the body’, as Marcel Mauss put it, in specific regard to how we as humans sonify our existence through the very movements and gestures we make. This pertains to the sounds of our most routine everyday (subconscious) actions such as walking or writing to more active responses and interactions with spaces, objects and other people. We will also look at how we possibly embody elements of the past in the existing technologies and architecture that surrounds us. Our primary context is the former manufacturing facility of the ‘Cooperativa Dos Pedreiros’ and the spaces, materials and people we find there. The aim is not only to enhance our awareness of listening and technique but also to develop a more performative means of expression as artists and designers of experiences.

No experience is necessary, only an open mind, open ears.
Please wear comfortable clothing.
Recording devices are welcome. A pool of recorded materials (sounds, photos) can be created and shared afterward.

Some material from this workshop will be used for the final presentation/performance of my residency which will happen on May 3rd at FBAUP. Participants of the workshop will also be encouraged to collaborate.

+ workshop in the context of the Technical Unconscious Project / Softcontrol FBAUP
+ info: softcontrol@fba.up.pt
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