Sound Workshop with Bartolomé Ferrando

Sound Workshop with Bartolomé Ferrando

Mon 18th Jan – Wed 20th Jan, 11am to 4.30pm.
Venue: South Bank Playhouse Theatre, Sunnyside St, Belfast.

https://www.facebook.com/BBEYOND.PerformanceArt/

Below some information about the Workshop.

Collective and individual oral – Exercises
on fragmentation,
repetition,
about the break,
about the pace,
on the overlay,
on trade,

randomness,
on the indeterminacy.
-Coral Phonetic
-Development Of sound creative individual practices,
based on a written text,
-based on a text drawn,
based on an object.

The Sound Workshop presentations will be in SARC (Sonic Arts Research Centre) at Queens, on Thur 21st Jan, from 4pm to 5pm approx, followed by the invited artists Talks, hosted by Paul Stapleton.

Performances from the following artists: Bartolomé Ferrando, Jaap Blonk, Caroline Pugh and James King, on Fri 22nd January 2016 at 7pm, SARC

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