Sentient: Listening Deeply for Relations Between Place and Presence

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2020-12-06 10:00
10:00 UTC
Attendance to the 6 sessions (2 hours each) is £75. You can also choose to attend to blocks of two sessions. Each block £30.

This series of six workshops invites listeners to connect with physical locations and in-between virtual locations, expanding their sense of place and their sense of presence while making relations with memories and all living beings.

Informed by Deep Listening® practice, as well as by migratory listening relational art-research practice, the workshops will involve individual and collective exercises for listening to physical locations, listening to virtual spaces, in tandem with dreams, through the embodied experiences of breathing and walking in and in-between all these spaces.

You can book participation for all six sessions, or in blocks of 2. Sessions last 2 hours.

Ximena Alarcón

Ximena Alarcón is a sound artist researcher interested in listening to in-between spaces: dreams, underground public transport, and the migratory context. She creates telematic improvisations using Deep Listening, and interfaces for relational listening. ...

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