Audio Paper Transmitting a listening
In the first audio paper, Transmitting a listening, I am mixing recordings of my own voice (text taken from the article Transmitting a listening*), with voices of other artists, including John Cage, David Bowie and Pauline Oliveros, pre-recorded sound material (from various Memory pieces) and a live piano performance. It is an introduction to my relationship to the piano, the role objects play in it and how I use amplification and multi speaker set ups to create immersive listening experiences. It engages with different philosophies and attitudes around listening and gives an introduction to Memory piece, as a way to explore spatial listening and memory as compositional approaches.
*Série Diálogos com o Som. Ensaios; v.4 Música, transversalidade, edited by Zille, J.A.B, 45–66. Belo Horizonte, MG: EdUEMG.
The audio paper makes use of digital works found here:
John Cage interview, 1991, https://youtu.be/pcHnL7aS64Y, accessed July 2017
Pauline Oliveros, Ted Talk, https://youtu.be/_QHfOuRrJB8, accessed July 2017
David Bowie interview, https://youtu.be/cNbnef_eXBM, accessed July 2017
https://youtu.be/OovuIVeetAk, accessed June 2017
https://youtu.be/kzo45hWXRWU, accessed June 2017
https://youtu.be/3SxDQ7vKUAU, accessed June 2017