Filtering by: Immersion workshops

Nov
13
to Nov 17

Two Ears and One Mouth: an interdisciplinary workshop on ways of hearing

 Soft Spin by Heather Nicol

Soft Spin by Heather Nicol

A workshop conducted by Heather Nicol

In this workshop, participants will explore deep listening through sonic experimentation, audio recording, sound editing and playback. The workshop will culminate in a devised multi-channel sound installation created by the group. Actors, artists, vocalists, theatre devisors, podcasters, musicians, as well as technicians, researchers and curious minds are welcome. 

In our digitized and mediated world, this workshop will target the sounds of the human voice as the prime source material for creative play. Inexorably linked with communication, voice is an instrument of tremendous subtlety, power, and universality – and readily available to record, manipulate, and emanate or broadcast. 

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May
23
to May 27

Film & Collectivity

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Art & Collectivity Immersion Series 2

Workshop conducted by Nicolás Pereda.

As part of our series on Collectivity, Nicolás Pereda’s workshop will focus on the process of representation in filmmaking as a collective expression. Together with Nicolás Pereda, the group will draft a film that reflects on representation, reality, fiction and the possibility of transgressing film boundaries by ways of collaboration. The film draft will be the final piece of the workshop and it will be exhibited on the last day of this five day experience.

Nicolás Pereda is a filmmaker whose work explores the everyday through fractured and elliptical narratives using fiction and documentary tools. His work has been the subject of more than 25 retrospectives worldwide in venues such as Anthology Film Archive, Pacific Film Archive, and TIFF Cinematheque. He has also presented his films in most major international film festivals including Cannes, Berlin, Venice, Locarno, and Toronto, as well as in galleries and museums like the Reina Sofía in Madrid, the National Museum of Modern Art in Paris, the Guggenheim and MOMA in New York.

Schedule: 

Wednesday, May 23, 6pm - 9pm

Thursday, May 24, 6pm - 9pm

Friday, May 25, 6pm - 9pm

Saturday, May 26, 1pm - 5:00pm

Sunday May 27, 10am - 2pm.

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