Date: 23rd June, 2021
A oitava sessão dos seminários Interartes e Intermedia, organizados pelo grupo Theleme (CEC-FLUL), terá lugar no dia 23 de Junho, das 16h às 17h30 (hora Portuguesa, UTC+01).
Maile Costa Colbert (FCSH/NOVA), investigadora e artista intermedia, irá apresentar:
Cinema and Expanded Cinema with the Wayback Sound Machine
Terá como respondente Budhaditya Chattopadhyay, artista e investigador.
A apresentação – em Inglês – será seguida de questões e debate com a assistência.
A sessão decorrerá online na plataforma zoom.
O link para aceder à “sala virtual” é o mesmo: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/76118106274… ID da reunião: 761 1810 6274
A entrada é livre.
What can we gather from sounding the past? This interdisciplinary art studies project researchs various forms of sound from the past, and designing sound for the past, to consider what knowledge and applications can be gained from the concept. This project proposes that the relationship between our soundscape and creative sound design can give us key information about how we listen, what we listen for, and what that can tell us.
Maile Costa Colbert is an intermedia and interdisciplinary artist, researcher, and educator, with a concentration in sound, moving image, and media archives. She lives in Lisboa, Portugal.
Dr. Budhaditya Chattopadhyay is a media artist, researcher, and writer; he holds a PhD in sound studies and artistic research from Leiden University, The Netherlands, an MA in new media from Aarhus University, Denmark, and a Diploma in cinema from Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute, India; he has recently completed a one-year postdoctoral fellowship. Chattopadhyay has received numerous fellowships, residencies and international awards. His works have been widely exhibited, performed or presented across the globe. Chattopadhyay is the author of The Nomadic Listener (Errant Bodies Press, 2020) and Between the Headphones (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2021). He has just published The Auditory Setting: Environmental Sounds in Film and Media Arts (Edinburgh University Press, 2021).