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Sound walk KUREGEM to be launched during the
RAT RECORDS weekend at Werkplaats Walter 21-23 of May 2021


SOUNDWALK KUREGEM is an invitation to listen closely to one's surroundings and discover how it actually sounds to live together in this neighborhood, being part of a more than human world. Equipped with their own smartphones and headphones people can follow a path through Kuregem with 16 stations. Accompanied by a voice they are encouraged to (re-)discover and engage in the places with their senses.

Friday 21st of May: 6 pm - 10 pm
Saturday 22nd of May: 2 pm - 10 pm
Sunday 23rd of May: 2 pm - 8 pm

with the support of Cultuurdienst Anderlecht and Werkplaats Walter


"Walking in the dark / Space eraser" is part of the FUNKT radio program
16–18 April 2012 / 53 hours non-stop of Cologne’s electronic + sound art 



Cologne-based collective FUNKT presents in excerpts the richness and diversity of Cologne’s electronic + sound art scenes. As one of the birthplaces of electronic music, Cologne is still fertile ground for experimentation and exploration and has extraordinarily diverse electronic and sound art scenes. The FUNKT sound art radio programme ambition is to provide as broad an overview as possible, some historical anchor points, niches and insider tips from different generations. Join our music discovery journey, hosted by our main broadcaster Resonance Extra.

more info here



"Walking in the dark / Space eraser" has been selected 
by the Tempo Reale Call for Works #09 / COVID-19!


more information on the selection here

all tracks of the selection here



"Walking in the dark" is part of the MediSouP Online Concert
"Unmasking. Experimental Sonic Practices" 11th March 2021



Many countries have been experiencing severe lockdowns and curfews relational to the COVID-19 pandemic that have affected the local, private and public soundscape and the sonic spatial politics of their respective natural or urban environments, creating a new obscured ecology or agency in the mapping of sonic space and materiality. Some places sound quieter and less active, and certain people have had no difficulty to adapt to the new reality, while others find it unnerving: empty streets, closed stores, regular mask-wearing and adhering to social distancing can suggest an uncanny reality and perception of space. Human and non-human interaction has changed, filtered through a mask, muffling dialogue and obscuring faces, which is making it harder to recognise people who were once so familiar. 
From a critical conceptual perspective, this strange, temporary era seems to form intensive affective and vibrant dynamics regarding subjective interpretations of our ever-changing world. How do we feel during this period of such uncertainty? What is our relationship with society in these circumstances? How is our physical and sonic space now transformed, transgressed materially, and under what kind of affected conditions? And what does the present, or future now sound like? 

Elaborating on the above, selected participants re-imagined the sound that they envision in this new on-going reality with audio works which ranged from acousmatic compositions to soundscape recordings and from spoken word to experimental noise works. All selected audio works will be hosted in the “Unmasking. Experimental Sonic Practices” concert, the very first of the MS Concerts series, to be held virtually, from MediSouP's YouTube Channel. The concert will be kindly broadcasted in parallel by EastEast radio and We’re All Bats platform.

concert notes

http://medisoup.cut.ac.cy/


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confluences 2021