Intimitate in Arts:
"Intimism (French: intimisme) was an artistic movement in the late 19th-century and early 20th-century that involved the depiction of banal yet personal domestic scenes, particularly those within domestic interiors. "
I think it was Picasso who talked in his paintings about his intimity for love in the 20th century. In addition, he depicted his "intimacy" with humans. In contrast to Picasso, I drew with sounds about my intimacy for myself, which was really different as a self-portrait.
How and what I did: I recorded myself (sound) in my surroundings (Environment) for 24 hours with a break, but it was aimed for "one day". It means that I recorded when I was sleeping at night also. I listened all recorded material.
So what did, I appreciate and think from the recording of that sound.
(The idea to record the sound of own everyday life came from Prof. Dr Supper's seminar. How I explored it, that was my own research method in artistic research. Subsequently, we discussed about each practical research in the seminar.)
In space, human beings become "sounds" as beings when we make sounds from our bodies, when we are in contact with something, and when we are talking and moving. It was very "intiem" sound for me, that is "privat" with who I can share, who I love...When I love you, any sound "I feel adorable." I think "love" is what makes your child's poop look cute, and worry about his/her health, that is an intimity and humanity.
Human beings become "sounds" as beings in a space, that is likewise a "creatures", which I would like to refer to Dante's (1265 – 1321) in the Late Middle Age. Nono and other musical composers, they transcribed/transcribe its human-beings into musical language, since Renaissance, as well as in the painting and the sculpture. There are many paintings in the Renaissance for the study of medicine. For instance, we can see how infectious diseases were. The purpose of looking at your baby's poop is to check your baby's daily health.