Thursday, September 14, 2017

Electro-Acoustic Ecology Improvisation - LIVE @ Big Marsh





BIG MARSH PARK
11599 S Stony Island Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60607
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 1PM - 9PM
PERFORMANCE - 4PM-5PM


Norman W. Long (MSAE) and Sara Zalek (Butoh Chicago) will lead a soundwalk focusing on movement with nature. This performance/walk will deal with themes of repair, recovery and resilience. Norman and Sara will perform a duo of electronic music improvisation and movement as part of the soundwalk.

A soundwalk is a guided exploration of a site using listening focused skills. We will listen to how the site sounds, as we are moving through it. I believe that through listening we have a tool to define communities and ourselves. We also can use those tools to shape who we are and where we live. We will be listening for changes, interactions, conditions, weather, traffic, animals, insects, people, vehicles and other factors in what makes a place what it is. Our performances are an example of how we can creatively engage a soundscape through listening, movement, meditation, amplification and improvisation.




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