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Marko Batista Night After Night
Marko Batista’s new work presents a collage of sound recordings as a methodology of analysing urban space. Locally determined suburban space thus becomes an architectural-sound instrument with which the author is opening up the questions of relations between the frequency field and experimental documentary recording techniques and processes.

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Vasja Progar Študija v RFI / A Study in RFI
The work is a research of the sound potential of radio-frequency interference (RFI), which presents the starting material from which the sound composition will be created, by using montage and processing.

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OR poiesis prepovedano branje / forbidden reading
the walking of the poem over a stone staircase / she is reading / we will be forced to call the security // 27 November 2012, 5:00 pm, National and University Library Ljubljana

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Mikro Zanka
The work is focusing on the ignored and easily overlooked corners of the city, making them available for re-listening by way of radio frequencies.

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Simon Macuh Huuummmmm piramide / Huuummmmming of the Pyramid
A pyramid, equipped with a radio receiver and a microphone connected to a radio transmitter few meters away will be set up in several places throughout the public space at night. A microphone enough near to the radio speakers creates an occurrence of microphonics in the space between this two. When a person enters this field, his body affects the interference field and thus becomes a co-creator of the sound. This sound is live broadcasted in the air. The intervention in public space will be on Wednesday, 14. 1. 2014 at railway station in Ljubljana and on Friday, 17. 1. 2014 on Metelkova.

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Maria Papadomanolaki To begin is to follow on from
“To begin is to follow on from”  marks an uncanny territory through a reiterative exploration of a liminal space. Departing from the obvious question “Do you know where the tobacco museum is?”, the process gradually unfolded into different layers-walks made individually or with co-walkers, transduced into text and then transmitted back to walks which were again distilled as a score for the final piece. It follows a series of paths, doorways, dead ends, trains,  balancing between the frictions of imaginary, imaginative, personal, collective, discursive, historical, social, poetic, the present, the past and the future, the possible and the intangible. “To begin is to follow on from” is a piece about mutual listening experiences framed by the concept of dialogue as perception, of becoming rather than being in place.  Many thanks to the following people: Alenka, Jasmina, Bor, Simon and Blaz.

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Irena Pivka Daybreak 6.1
The work is focusing on active listening to the landscape, constituted through the listener’s presence. The listener listens to the space by moving through it, while this action at the same time also produces a new sound. The listener is producing repeated rhythmical patterns, thus adding a new colour to the spectrum of the sound image of the space. The action of moving through the landscape is defined by the listener’s physical abilities with which s/he actively intervenes in the listening and constitution of the soundscape.

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Brane Zorman Field Frequency Flux

Soundwalk  Field Frequency Flux explores and initiates a sound, spatial and experiential situations that arise in the formation of temporary and unstable communities with exposure to an individual in the face of diverse natural ambience.
Middle of the park One enters the silence and the emptiness winter nights. He/She is equipped with a radio receiver  as a translator and to trap electromagnetic remote audio content. On the walk sounds of nature merge with the one reflected from the distant urban areas and ones reveived via FM broadcast.

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