Physically Distant #2 Talk. July 28, 2020
I had the great opportunity of sharing INTIMAL Art-Research work in Physically Distant 2, a series of conversations on Telematic Performance organised by Federico Visi and Stefan Östersjö from the GEMM))) the Gesture Embodiment and Machines in Music research cluster at the School of Music in Piteå, Luleå University of Technology Thanks to the organisers and the audience, and for the open format.
My final reflection is about knowing our departure and intention to create the platform (or set of technologies) that give us agency for listening and sounding through telematics. INTIMAL System modules as prototype, informed by Embodied Listening holistic research (using Deep Listening ® and Embodied Music Cognition), are an example of what can be designed for telematic sonic performance.
INTIMAL's vision is to expand people's sense of place and sense of presence, with the use of embodied interfaces and networking technologies in live improvisatory sound performances, interconnecting people across local and distant locations, while creating dream-like narratives of place.
Through Relational Listening INTIMAL supports exercises on collective memory: walking in search for place, breathing to feel presence.
Food for thought and encouragement for continuing with the good work.
Franziska Schroeder – LiveSHOUT and Pessoa reading (English)
Matilde Meireles – LiveSHOUT and Pessoa reading (Portuguese)
Maria Mannone – LiveSHOUT streams of piano improv from Palermo
Maria Papadomanolaki – LiveSHOUT streams of sounds from Crete
Anna Xambó – LiveSHOUT streams of sounds from Sheffield
Nela Brown – LiveSHOUT streams of sounds from London
Ariane Stolfi – LiveSHOUT streams of sounds from Porto Seguro and playsound.space
Ximena Alarcón – LiveSHOUT streams of sounds from Bath.
We used live streams through LiveShout app “designed to facilitate multiple streaming points and multiple listening points, what we call ‘distributed listening’“, at the Sonic Arts Research Centre, in partnership with Locus Sonus, by Franziska Schroeder and Pedro Rebelo. A snippet of the performance can be heard in this Federico Vissi’s tweet. Thanks to all for the sharing.