Klaus Lang — linea mundi.

Our world is not just how we perceive it, is is precisely this: how we perceive it. more

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Alberto Posadas— Poética del Espacio

How is space inhabited in a listening process? By the location and positioning of the sonic source? The medium for transmitting the sound? Does it generate new poetic and perceptive relations more

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Martino Traversa — The lost horizon

A reinvention of syntactic mechanisms that best respond to the linguistic complexity of contemporary music, free from the conditioning of a lexicon and gestures (alas) now too much abused. more

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Rebecca Saunders — Scar

It is impossible to name or say at this stage, but central primary thoughts follow two threads. more

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Alberto Posadas — Poética del espacio III: Umbrales Evanescentes

"Umbrales evanescentes" - the 3rd piece of the composition series "Poética del espacio": the poetic image gives space the property of experience in time. more

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Ying Wang — Schmutz

Plastic in the oceans, oil in the plumage, noise in the ear, poison in the food, pestilence in the air, fear in the thoughts. My music speaks of this ordeal. more

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Happiness Machine — The Movies and the Compositions

Ten women filmmakers, ten women composers and ten musicians bring Christian Felber’s Common Good Economy up for discussion through the medium of animated film, music and by means of advanced participatory forms of music theatre. more

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Chris Swithinbank — this line comes from the past

We might be tempted to think of music as some kind of universal vibration that we can all soak in, but instead music relies on a community, the people it is for. more

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Nuno Costa — Lillar-D

I believe that the reflection on the specific world that surrounds me is the path that brings me to the sound universe in which I dwell. more

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Timothy McCormack — Sediment

There is something foundational to the idea of sediment: drill into the earth and you will find this layer of striated rock beneath its crust, enveloping the core. more

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