Workshop: Walking from Scores
The 'Walking from Scores' workshop is open to artists, musicians, performers, students, and alike, interested in exploring in a post-disciplinary way the relationships between sound, listening and the everyday environment. The participants discover the possibilities of walking in the urban space and in the meantime broaden their view of and relationship to that environment. The four-day program combines practical and theoretical sessions dedicated to walking, listening in motion and moving performance. Participants are invited to re-enact the scores of the collection, to dialogue and intervene in the specific context (environmental, institutional, social), to put the body into play in space, to practice listening in connecting with the other and the world, to invest in collective action, to reflect on the aesthetics and politics of sound in urban space... No particular music making or performative skills are required, but a collaborative and exploratory attitude is essential.
adults: 40 € I students: 20 €
Theoretical and historical introduction: the foundations of 'Walking from Scores'
Exploring the environment
Scores for walking: performance and debate
The city as a music to walk through: listening in motion between sound ecology, artistic practices and sound studies
Scores: individual and collective performances, debate
Playing the city: ambulatory performances and sound tactics in urban space between acoustic interaction, rewriting and occupation of public space
Scores: collective performance and debate
Focus on body and gender in public space
A day dedicated to the elaboration and writing of protocols and scores to perceive, inhabit, engage, reappropriate, intervene... in the urban space.