Next Wednesday, 8th September, the Audire’s team promotes a session of the Permanent Seminar for Research and Community. This will be an online meeting (link: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/81490567800), not requiring previous registration. The session will be conducted in Portuguese.
Title: Sob o signo do som: memória, expressão e cultura
Speakers: Madalena Oliveira and Cláudia Martinho
8th September 2021 :: 14h00 (Portuguese time zone)
The links for the sessions of the online meeting LISTEN, FEEL, SAVE have already been disclosed to registered participants. If any participant has not received the message, please contact the organization by email firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration ends on July 16.
The detailed program of the online meeting LISTEN, FEEL, SAVE is now available. From 2pm to 3:30pm, the meeting is divided into 4 parallel rooms for presentation of communications. The link to the sessions will be disclosed to participants registered by email on the eve of the meeting.
The LISTEN. FEEL. SAVE meeting program is now available. We have the participation of four invited speakers for a round table during which we will talk about what we have heard and about the preservation of sound heritage.
Extinction Calls is a sound installation that calls for listening as a way of reconnecting with the environment. Promoting sound encounters with extinct and critically endangered bird species, this creation is a proposal to recover the enchantment of bird communication. It premiered at MAAT (Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology), in Lisbon, on June 10th, and can be heard until January 2021.
The project was commissioned to the artist Cláudia Martinho, who has also been a member of the AUDIRE research team since April 2020. Architect, PhD in Sonic Arts from the University of London, she works at CECS in the field of sound studies, sound culture and acoustic aesthetics. She is also interested in creative sound practices, sound art, acoustic environments, soundwalking and psychoacoustics.
To mark the International Day of Listening, we are organising an online meeting for July 17 that aims to reflect on the challenge of listening, on what the sound makes known and on the relevance of the preservation of our acoustic memories. The initiative is open to the participation of other researchers, who may submit proposals for communication until June 26.
Subscription is free. A digital certificate is issued for participation.