is a write-up and/or script for a performance-lecture on how to listen and think (with and against) the archive. Presented live a couple of times in 2020; now living as a book chapter in “Postcolonial Repercussions – On Sound Ontologies and Decolonised Listening,” published by Transcript Verlag.
8-channel Ambisonics sound installation. Commissioned by the Max-Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics. Based on “Balada do Filho Pródigo” (1989) by Elomar Figueira Mello, re-interpreted by Aimilia Varanaki. Length: 3:34. Text by Marie Thompson:“In There is a Point at Which Methods Devour Themselves, the listener encounters a voice singing of home, inflected with glitches and distortions. […]
Single channel video, two-channel sub-bass. Commissioned by the Max-Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics and installed at BASIS Frankfurt, November 2020. Length: 12 minutes (Loop). Text by Eike Walkenhorst and Ramona Heinlein: “A boat rocks peacefully in an Italian port in the Mediterranean while the sun draws wave-like patterns on its polished white surface. The random […]
Pencil drawings, 30×36 cm, series of four. Installed at BASIS Frankfurt, November 2020 with an additional 2-channel headphone track. Length: 3:34. Text by Eike Walkenhorst and Ramona Heinlein: “The Detectability of Echoes emphasizes […] the variable sonic forms and intensities of a singer inhaling, which if not frightening in itself certainly reminds us of moments […]
Binaural sound essay, developed for Akademie Solitude/ZKM as part of their Web Residencies program. Awarded with a production grant at the HASH AWARD 2020 conceded by ZKM/Akademie Solitude on February 21st, 2020. All sounds recorded at EMS Stockholm between June and September 2019. Listen to the sound essay: http://meaninglesstexture.schloss-post.com A longer interview about the project […]
is an essay for the Transmediale Journal, in which I discuss “how the trivial and the familiar can be weaponized in order to trigger emotions, evoke dialects, and ultimately decide upon the course of lives.”
is an Audio Paper dealing with the sonic matter of accent recognition systems, focusing on the emerging listening practice of the rehearsal. Published in Spheres – Journal for Digital Cultures, issue #5.