Sa, 18/09/2021, 16:30 Uhr
Elektronische Musik / Klangkunst / Sound Art / Konzert / Performance

Sonic Cinema

As part of the MONOM programs focusing on spatial sound as an artistic medium.

1) William Russell - Lost Space (2020)
The first two Sonic Films in the Lost Space series explore the two largest living symphonies of our planet; the rainforests and the oceans - home to over 90 percent of all living beings.
A journey from the city, out to sea and then deep into a subaquatic oceanic world, Lost Space : Oceans submerges the listener in an enchanting, surreal and rich bio-acoustic environment - a pristine subaquatic life, invisible to most before morphing into the harsh reality of today's subaquatic sonic ocean-scape. The animals recorded have been lost forever. An enchanting, haunting, and at moments terrifying composition of sound, music, and voice, the first iteration of Lost Space - Rainforests is divided into stages based on falling into and out of synchronization with nature.
The audience will be taken on a journey connecting human emotions to the dynamics of natural phenomena immersing the listener in the rich sonic environments of rainforests from around the world - home to more species than any other environment, spaces, and life that we have lost forever, and ones that are on the brink.
2) Shehryar Ahmad- A Study of Place (2020) (30m)
Shehryar Ahmad- A Study of Place is an interactive auditory experiment, designed to convey a feeling of sonic immersion, a sense of ‘being present. It is presented as scenes of a short story, told entirely through sound. Through the use of field recordings of everyday living situations, Shehryar Ahmad taps into the auditory memory of viewers and morphs an entirely new story through this sensorial viewpoint. From intimate small rooms to huge sprawling cities and expansive natural forests, A Study of Place invites you to witness this range of environments and narrative from piece to piece crafted through advanced 4DSOUND spatial design.

  • Dauer: 02:00h, Pausen: 00:30
  • Bemerkungen zum Datum und Uhrzeit: MONOM will offer 4 equal sessions of 2 hours. 17h-19 / 19h-21h / 21h-23h / 23h-01h
  • MONOM @ Funkhaus Berlin
  • Nalepastraße 18, Berlin
  • Barrierefreiheit: Sehbehinderung und Blindheit / Hörbehinderung
  • Ticketpreis: 12 + VAT