Einander zuhören – Stadt-(Ge)Schichten

Listening to each other - Layers of narratives

Einander zuhören – Stadt-(Ge)Schichten is a project that invites artists, researchers and students to examin the relation between city residents and their urban environment. The ongoing project is being developed together with Goethe-Institut Athens and Fonés in in the frame of a locative media project with noTours and a sound cartography of Athens, creating interactive and site specific sound-narratives for a series of sound walks in the city.

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Tuesday 9 April 2013, by Stefanos Souvatzoglou & Poka

The idea of creating an atmosphere of destruction which gradually guides you through the relieving process of regeneration is the main idea of the duo’s approach.

The constant pulse that transmits a rhythm to the listener’s walking, the irritance created by the piercing sound of welding aluminum pitched down a few semitones, the liquid element and the sencs of flow marks a turning point towards rebirth and the harmony of the birds song underlines nature’s calmness and serenity. Wind is also present and helps the process of casting of a new form.

All the sounds were recorded in a foundry and represent various procedures & sculptural techniques which transformed through sound processing are used to create an experimental soundscape composed of naturally produced sound aimed to make the spectator wonder.

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Poka is an electronic music producer and dj based in Athens Greece, he has performed numerous times in Athens and abroad. He has released various tracks and gained international attention through music blogs and podcasts. His passion for electronic music production and experimental sound led to the collaboration with his friend Stefanos on the NoTours project.

Stefanos Souvatzoglou is graduating Fine Art student at Athens School of Fine Arts in the field of sculpture with the academic professor G.Chouliaras.He works mainly with casting techniques, wax and bronze for material. In this project he joined forces with Poka in order to take advantage of each perspective on the sound project.