10 Sep - 10 Oct, 2021

Sound Walk City · prelude

Cona and walk · listen · create present Sound Walk City · prelude, a festival of sound walks, performances and sound works, coinciding with Sound Walk September 2021.

Cona and walk · listen · create present Sound Walk City · prelude, a festival of sound walks, performances and sound works, coinciding with Sound Walk September 2021.

In-situ participants: Babak Fakhamzadeh, Anne Cecille Lie, Irena Pivka, Anja Podreka, Katarina Radaljac, Robertina Šebjanič, Jasmina Založnik, Brane Zorman. Guests on FM: Stefaan van Biesen, Martin Eccles, Alexander Johannes Heil, Laura Mitcheson, Carina Pesch, Andrew Stuck, Geert Vermeire. The exact program will be announced in the coming weeks.

Sound Walk City · prelude is a festival of sound walks, performances and sound works that addresses acoustic ecology through walking as an artistic practice. It is performed in-situ, in and around Ljubljana, and through online and hybrid environments. In terms of content, it complements the parallel Sound Walk September festival.
This inaugural incarnation is a prelude, as initiators will try to outline the framework, and future development, of the festival. It is being piloted in Ljubljana and its wider region, in cooperation with local partners.

The festival Sound Walk City is expected to take place every year in a selected city or location around the globe.

Sound Walk City · prelude is initiated by walk · listen · create, in collaboration with Cona, institute for contemporary arts processing. The Ljubljana edition is produced by the Cona Institute, Steklenik Gallery.

Credits

Organisation: Irena Pivka, Katarina Radaljac, Andrew Stuck, Geert Vermeire, Babak Fakhamzadeh
Curated by: Irena Pivka, Brane Zorman
Translation and editing: Melita Silič
Cover photo: Sunčan Stone
Ilustration: Jovana Djukić
Public relations: Katarina Radaljac
Production: Cona, Institute for Contemporary Arts Processing, 2021

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