Theis workshop resembles an extended performance. Participants become actively involved in the creation/experience of the proposed activities. Far from being confined to the sonic domain, the workshop introduces concepts and principles that can easily be appropriated and applied to other research fields. In this respect, it functions as a stimulus for interdisciplinary practice and as a context for experimentation.
The workshop is open to anyone concerned with the possibility of interaction between sound, space and listening. Through a series of pieces and exercises that stage specific acoustic phenomena, the workshop encourages the active role of the listener and his/her own potentials to perceive and engage with sound. The main aim of the workshop is to offer a wide range of listening experiences in order to lead participants to recognize sound as a concrete presence that puts the listener in relation with space and other people’s bodies.
The workshop will take place Sunday, 14 October, 9-12 AM
To sign up, please write: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Davide Tidoni is a researcher in the field of sound and listening. He is interested to the relational dimension of listening and the uses of sound in everyday life. With a particular emphasis on observation, action and participation, he realizes a variety of works that include site-specific interventions, live performances and audio recording projects. His latest activities include: SoundArts Richmond festival The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design Richmond USA 2018, Sonic Protest festival Paris 2018, Get Some Chalk On Your Boots! – The sounding Cultures of Football Oxford Brookes University 2018, Où sont les sons? Where Are Sounds? group show CENTRALE for contemporary art Brussels
2017, Borderline festival, Athens 2017.