Posts Tagged ‘soundwalks’

Kiez Hören Moabit

Aug-Sep 2013, Moabit City Garden

Kiez Hören Moabit (Hearing the Kiez of Moabit) is a long-term research project in collaboration with sound-artists Guillermo Lares and Klaus Hamlescher, with an aim to describe and archive transformation of district Moabit using the sound as primary media. By introducing sound-cartography, sound-walks and sound-performances, Moabit City Garden has been turn into the hearing station with diverse audience, spatial characteristics and climate conditions.

3 main events showed multilayered sound condition of this particular space at the border of calm Kiez and heavy industry.

30.08.2013

Collective Mapping Walk  (part of B_Tour Festival)  tried to re-communicate tour as artistic strategy and involve participants into collective analysis of the location characteristics.

13.09.2013 

Second walk focused on multi-scalar characteristic of sound, sound-panoramas and sound-section of the location.

20.09.2013 

Finally, performative potential of the sound explorations has been presented by giving audience props to ‘design’ their own soundscapes.

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10 2013