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The rhythm of the streets

Yuri Suzuki – Atlanta

Walking lays the rhythm of the streets, archives the voice and the memory of the city. Our feet are an instrument, and they read the sonic composition of urban space. Our listening revitalizes social space. By walking we connect our body with the body of the city, as players and listeners of an urbanophonic orchestra. In this Walk Listen Café you join established researchers and artists in the field of sound, music and walking, going into a conversation about how walkers resonate with the city and how the city is sonorically composed by / of its walkers.

Speakers: Viv Corringham, Fabian Gutscher, Fani Konstantinidou, Jordan Lenchitz, Alessandro de Cecco, Maria Ristani and Andromachi Vrakatseli, moderated by Andrew Stuck

Speakers were asked to record a presentation and make it available to attendees, as a starting point for further discussion. Available presentations:

Viv Corringham

Alessandro de Cecco

Andromachi Vrakatseli

Maria Ristani

Jordan Lenchitz

Walk Listen Café @ WAC brings scholars and artists together around their research and their practices related to walking arts in a series of 8 online meet ups and conversations. Prerecorded paper presentations and other media will be available in this post at least 48 hours before the Walk Listen Café starts, and the participants are requested to look into the online materials before joining the Café.

Hosts

Andrew Stuck

Andrew Stuck

Co-founder of walk · listen · create (United Kingdom) 
Viv Corringham

Viv Corringham

(United States / United Kingdom) 
jordan lenchitz

jordan lenchitz

 
Maria Ristani

Maria Ristani

 
andromachi

andromachi

(Greece) 
Fani Konstantinidou

Fani Konstantinidou

(Netherlands) 
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