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SWS20 2020

Geopoetic crossing

35 minutes

Drifting Bodies / Fluent Spaces

22 - 24 Jul, 2020 · 33 items
Sound walk

“Walking, we couldn’t find anything better to go slower,” says philosopher Frederic Gros. Going slower is a current emergency! Slowness engages another look, another listening. The rhythm of walking induces a form of contemplation, meditation, poetry… a rift between what we see, what we know, what we feel and what we perceive ; like a shift in perception, that moment when we no longer know where we are and where something can emerge. This sound piece, written from sounds gleaned while crossing various landscapes, recomposes a landscape that takes the listener away, far from his bearings, and loses him…

This piece can be listened to while walking, or lying down, eyes closed…


Hosted by: Drifting bodies - Fluent Spaces, walking arts encounters/conference, Guimaraes (Portugal) - Made of Walking (VII)

APA style reference

Anne Versailles (2020). Geopoetic crossing. walk · listen · create.

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slinge, slindge

To slink off or about, to idle, to loaf, as in “They were never working—always slingin’ about.” from the Dictionary of Newfoundland English (University of Toronto Press, 1982).

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