Entrevista com OSSO Lisboa 18/9/13

Entrevistamos Nuno Torres e Ricardo Jacinto do OSSO – Associação Cultural de Musica, Artes Sonoras, Dança, Performances – em Lisboa, por ocasião do Echoes, evento organizado pela OSSO e o grupo de Belfast , do Sonic Arts Research Center.

 

A BROADCAST & LIVE WEB STREAM RADIO EVENT, 20-22 SEPTEMBER
INTERMISSION: AN AUDIO PORTRAIT OF PLACE –
MAPPING THE SPACE BETWEEN A AND B
A collaboration between Jennie Savage and Echoes

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To make a map is to create a visual register of place.
To actively use a map is to make connections and perceptually join people, places and ideas together.
‘Mapping’ is an attempt to represent multiplicity. To give form to concepts, ideas, journey’s, even time.
An audio map is the playing out of sounds, ideas, field recordings, footage and imaginings from geography this
creates a new topography- a new map. A map that connects sounds to place and then forges connections
between places. This process is empowering. It connects people and ideas; situations that seemed singular
become multiple.

The broadcast has been organised into sections:
‘Territories’ Individual, community, locality, corporate, global, bought into conversation.
‘Convergence’ The intermeshing of birdsong, a human voice, a car, a factory, a glitch, a shopping mall, an
airport a train station, their convergence as audio portrait of place and human experience.
‘Psycho geography’, Time emerges through place.
‘Reflexivity’ Thinking about the idea of the field recording, the meaning of a walk or journey.
‘Dis orienteering’ The field recording as starting point for abstraction or manipulation.



Broadcast by
 stress.fm between 20 and 22 of September
Check the radio program here

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LIST OF PARTICIPANTS:

 

Acoustic Mirror / Madrid, Spain
Alan Dunn & Jeff Young / Liverpool, UK
Alan Gleeson / Berlin, Germany
Aldene Rocha and Ingeborg Blom Andersskog / Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Alejandro Cornejo Montibeller / Lima, Perú
Alejandro Villegas / Bogotá, Colombia
Aline Dufat / London, UK
Amira Hanafi / Cairo, Egypt
Ana Gandum / Lisboa, Portugal
Antonio Bermúdez / Bogotá, Colombia
Ashley Scott / Newcastle, Australia
Balam Ronan / Querétaro, éxico
Becky Grajeda / Chicago, Illinois, USA
Betelhem Makonnen / Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Brendan Baylor / Iowa City, USA
Camille Lacroix and Flora Detraz – Paris, France – Stockholm, Sweden
Charlotte Wendy Law / London, UK
Chris Wood / London, UK
Christopher DeLaurenti / Williamsburg, VA, USA
Cristina Gaviria Beltrán / Bogotá, Colombia
Dafydd Sills-Jones / Aberystwyth, Wales
Damir Kustic / Rijeka, Croatia
David Blamey / London, UK
David Brazier, Kelda Free and Advent Sorrow / Perth, Australia
David Tarnow and Doug Wright / Caminho de Santiago in Spain and France
David Tomaloff / Racine, USA
Dirk Elst / Ghent, Belgium
Dixie Treichel / Minneapolis, MN, USA
Elisabetta Senesi / Florence, Italy
Elizabeth Ross / México City, México
Emiliano Battistini / Rimini, Italy
Eric Leonardson / USA
Estelle Rosenfeld / Ramsgate, UK – Paris, France
Félix Blume / Mexico City, Mexico – France – Belgium
Flavien Gillié / Niévroz, France
Gabriel Dernbach / Berlin, Germany
Gintas k / Marijampole, Lithuania
GRAU/T / Essen, Germany
Greg Ruben / Brooklyn, New York, USA
James W. Norton / London and Cambridge, UK
Jan Van Den Dobbelsteen / Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Jess Allen / UK
João Bento / Portugal
John F. Barber / Vancouver, Washington, USA
Jordan Cleland / Indianapolis, IN, USA
Jorn Ebner / Berlin Kreuzberg, German
José Pastor / Aldeia do Mato, Portugal
Julia Heslop / Newcastle upon Tyne, England
Jurgen de Blonde – Alfoon / Belguim
Kevin Logan / London, UK
Larry Achiampong / London, UK
Mandy Williams / London, UK
Marcelo Armani / Canoas, Brasil
Marco Lampis / Italy
Maria Balabas / Bucharest. Romania
Maria Best / Saarbrucken, Germany
Maria Papadomanolaki / London, UK
Mario Lautier Vella / Hertfordshire, UK
Mark Hardy / USA
Marssares / Maricá, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Matt Warren / Hobart, Australia
Mauro Sá Rego Costa / Rio de Janeiro, Brasil – Havana, Cuba
Michael Cousin / Wales, Cardiff
Munan Øvrelid and Marcellvs L / Berlin, Germany
Natasha Lowe Swingler / London, UK
Nigel Helyer / North Fremantle, Australia
Noah Jurcin / Chicago, USA
Paul Collins / Paris, France – Toronto, Canada
Pedro Garbellini / São Paulo, Brasil
Peter Barnard / Buckinghamshire, UK
Peter Lenaerts / Brussels, Belgium – Sydney, Australia
Peter Strickmann / Saarbrücken, Germany
Rachel Andrews / Co Leitrim, Ireland
Radio APPROXIM / Uden, Netherlands
Randolph Jordan / Vancouver, Canada
Random Order Collective / London, Uk
Rebecca Louise Collins / The Dyfi Biosphere, Mid-West Wales
Renee Lauzon / USA
Riccardo Benassi / Berlin, Germany
Saba Hasan / New Delhi, India
Sam Heydt / NYC, USA
Sierra Mitchell / Chicago IL, USA
Simon Serc Pharmafabrik / Haidenschaft, Slovenia
Sirpa Jokinen / Helsinki, Finland
Speculum / Los Angeles, USA
Stuart Craig / Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK
Susanna Jurvanen / Finland
Tariq Emam / Scarborough, UK
The Psychogeographical Commission / Glasgow, UK
Tricia Flanagan / Kowloon City, Hong Kong
Ulrich Ludat / Saarbrücken, Germany
Uwe Kirsch Aka Genarten / Bremen, Germany
Virgilio Oliveira / Currently living in London, UK.
William Diaz / Bogotá, Colombia
Wiska Radkiewicz and Andrea Cohen / France / USA

Yorgos Taxiarchopoulos / Athens, Greece

ECHOES MAPPING
19-22 SEPTEMBER

LISBON
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