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Einander zuhören – Stadt-(Ge)Schichten http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/ 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. en SPIP - www.spip.net Talking with residents in Dresden http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/blog/article/talking-with-residents-in-dresden http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/blog/article/talking-with-residents-in-dresden 2014-02-17T11:34:27Z text/html en Geert Vermeire <p>During the aural exploration of Dresden by WIT Urban Team, there was a certain place on the city map that always drew our attention: 'Hellersiedlung. This site is located in the north-west of the city of Dresden, easy accessible. It kept attracting our curiosity because it had an unmistakable, special relationship with the city of Dresden. It turned out to be a very large site with public gardens. A living remnant of the past of this historic city.<br class='autobr' /> When visiting the place we walked there (...)</p> - <a href="http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/blog/" rel="directory">Project Blog</a> <div class='rss_texte'><p>During the aural exploration of Dresden by WIT Urban Team, there was a certain place on the city map that always drew our attention: 'Hellersiedlung. This site is located in the north-west of the city of Dresden, easy accessible. It kept attracting our curiosity because it had an unmistakable, special relationship with the city of Dresden. It turned out to be a very large site with public gardens. A living remnant of the past of this historic city.</p> <p>When visiting the place we walked there almost completely alone. It had the character of a 'ghost town'. Most of the houses and gardens were deserted at that time, only Eastern decorations were a remaining witness of recent family meetings. On the outskirts of this site was a hill terrain with high trees. We met someone, a German of Hungarian descent, and we learned that the high hill was created by dumping of the debris of the bombed Dresden on 13 and 14 February 1945 by the Allies. The historic city center was almost completely destroyed. The mountain was an illusion of nature, where the remains of culture and history (and its tragedy), was silently stored together. A place where now a green world had taken over its place and where the past was covered up.</p> <p>This story was confirmed by two other residents we spoke to. According to one of them, the place of this large allotment had as well been a transition camp during the war, where Jews were brought and transported to Auschwitz. Later, after the bombardment, the inhabitants of Dresden lived there because the city became ruin. Afterwards the place passed into the hands of Russians and the DDR army. Recently it became a Volksgarten, a people´s garden area, where at the moment about a 800 people live.</p> <div class="object_wrapper"> <iframe width="780" height="405" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/128I9W1atvM" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> </div> <p>The video performance of WIT Urban Team, 'Listening City (II)', is a reference to the past, of listening to the urban environment and the natural world, to a place full of twittering birds with their lively, sing, almost with a healing sound, in an utter silence. At the same time it is ‘a standing still' because of the echo from the past that still speaks strongly through the collective memory. The memory of the city that is carried by its residents.</p></div> An approach to exchange between Germany and Greece http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/blog/article/an-approach-to-exchange-between http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/blog/article/an-approach-to-exchange-between 2014-02-16T16:17:32Z text/html en Geert Vermeire <p>Students of the Folkwang Art University Essen looked for a location in the city, where they intended a change and transformation. Depending on the location and on their manner the participants explored sounds, tones and contents and experimented with these on the location itself. A next step worked on the production of small and cheap circuits that on the location itself could produce (with batteries or solar cells) sounds or that could record, transform or reproduce sounds present on the (...)</p> - <a href="http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/blog/" rel="directory">Project Blog</a> <div class='rss_texte'><p>Students of the Folkwang Art University Essen looked for a location in the city, where they intended a change and transformation. Depending on the location and on their manner the participants explored sounds, tones and contents and experimented with these on the location itself. A next step worked on the production of small and cheap circuits that on the location itself could produce (with batteries or solar cells) sounds or that could record, transform or reproduce sounds present on the location. These could as well be controlled from the audio entry signal with sensors (for example photo cells).</p> <p>Goal was to produce sound objects and means to disseminate sounds that can be replaced fast and cheap, and that can be installed in the selected locations on an easy way. Documenting the reactions of people passing and as well the decay or disappearance of the objects is an important part of this stage.</p> <p>Occupying themselves with a certain location in the city results in de discovery of stories and worlds of sound, creating more specific soundscapes that can be integrated in the existing sound maps and in the next phase will be presented in the city itself, accessible with a smartphone and QR-codes.</p> <p>An exchange between Germany and Greece leads to a dialogue about the own living zones and areas of daily life with unknown locations through exchange of soundscapes and sound recordings. To discover a new city with their ears and to hear the stories of the Greek participants to integrate in the own recognition of the German participants, next to an enrichment, with contents and with sound, for the own sound world.</p> <p>Differences and creates poles in which understanding of each other can grow. The difference in languages is in this case an advantage and will give the chance to focus on the essential. Not only on a personal level but as well the artistic development is goal of these exchanges. A formation of Greek-German tandems is encouraged. To find common themes and the realisation of common projects within such tandems is not only connected with the own occupation with the living space of the city but it is opening as well ways towards new forms of creation and understanding.</p> <p>In the exchange itself it comes down finding a mutual language, not only a communication language but in the first place to find a mutual artistic language. First step in this process will be to find a location in the strange city or to find a place with similarities in both cities, where the participants can relate to artistically, working with sound.</p> <div style="margin-top:10px;"> <!-- Start of Flickr Badge --> <style type="text/css"> #flickr_badge_source_txt {padding:0; font: 11px Arial, Helvetica, Sans serif; color:#666666;} #flickr_badge_icon {display:block !important; margin:0 !important; border: 1px solid rgb(0, 0, 0) !important;} #flickr_icon_td {padding:0 5px 0 0 !important;} .flickr_badge_image {text-align:center !important;} .flickr_badge_image img {border: 1px solid black !important;} #flickr_www {display:block; padding:0 10px 0 10px !important; font: 11px Arial, Helvetica, Sans serif !important; color:#3993ff !important;} #flickr_badge_uber_wrapper a:hover, #flickr_badge_uber_wrapper a:link, #flickr_badge_uber_wrapper a:active, #flickr_badge_uber_wrapper a:visited {text-decoration:none !important; background:inherit !important;color:#3993ff;} #flickr_badge_wrapper {background-color:#ffffff;border: solid 1px #000000} #flickr_badge_source {padding:0 !important; font: 11px Arial, Helvetica, Sans serif !important; color:#666666 !important;} </style> <table id="flickr_badge_uber_wrapper" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="10" border="0"> <tr> <td> <small><a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/geert.vermeire/sets/72157641065885253/">Essen sound recordings</a> <span style="color:#ccc">at</span> <a href="http://www.flickr.com/"><strong style="color:#3993ff">flick<span style="color:#ff1c92">r</span></strong></a></small> <table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="10" border="0" id="flickr_badge_wrapper"> <tr> <div class="base64javascript15227309845a2a58538faba3.26585981" title="PHNjcmlwdCB0eXBlPSJ0ZXh0L2phdmFzY3JpcHQiIHNyYz0iaHR0cDovL3d3dy5mbGlja3IuY29tL2JhZGdlX2NvZGVfdjIuZ25lP3Nob3dfbmFtZT0xJmNvdW50PTgmZGlzcGxheT1yYW5kb20mc2l6ZT1zJmxheW91dD1oJnNvdXJjZT11c2VyX3NldCZ1c2VyPTExNzc1Mzg2OUBOMDMmY29udGV4dD1pbiZzZXQ9NzIxNTc2NDEwNjU4ODUyNTMiPjwvc2NyaXB0Pg=="></div> </tr> </table> </td> </tr> </table> <!-- End of Flickr Badge --></div></div> Workshops in Essen http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/blog/article/workshops-in-essen http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/blog/article/workshops-in-essen 2014-02-16T16:14:35Z text/html en Geert Vermeire <p>Das Projekt an der Folkwang Universität der Künste Essen startete im Februar unter besonderen Bedingungen. Die Studenten der Folkwang Uni hatten bereits mit Klängen gearbeitet und diese geformt und übersetzt. Außerdem sind sie als Kommunikationsdesignstudenten den Umgang mit neuen Medien und Gestaltung gewohnt.<br class='autobr' /> Nach einer Einführung in die aktuellen Mikrofon-und Aufnahmetechniken legten wird die Stadtpläne von Dresden, Athen und Essen übereinander und markierten die Eckpunkte, an denen sich die (...)</p> - <a href="http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/blog/" rel="directory">Project Blog</a> <div class='rss_texte'><p>Das Projekt an der Folkwang Universität der Künste Essen startete im Februar unter besonderen Bedingungen. Die Studenten der Folkwang Uni hatten bereits mit Klängen gearbeitet und diese geformt und übersetzt. Außerdem sind sie als Kommunikationsdesignstudenten den Umgang mit neuen Medien und Gestaltung gewohnt.</p> <p>Nach einer Einführung in die aktuellen Mikrofon-und Aufnahmetechniken legten wird die Stadtpläne von Dresden, Athen und Essen übereinander und markierten die Eckpunkte, an denen sich die Straßen aller drei Städte kreuzten. Diese Punkte miteinander verbunden ergaben eine Linie an der entlang sich die Teilnehmer für drei Tage Geräusche sammelten und zu ersten kleineren Tonkompositionen verarbeiteten. In jedem Treffen wurden sowohl Konzepte der Tonarbeit (z.B. Räume schaffen, Staffelung, ...) besprochen als auch über die Ergebnisse diskutiert.</p> <p>Von Anfang an war der Wunsch groß, das Projekt noch über den eigentlichen Internetauftritt und die Soundmap von Essen hinaus in die reale Welt zu bringen. Wenn Klang Städte verändern soll, muss dieser auch möglichst barrierefrei zugänglich sein. <br class='autobr' /> Zunächst hatten wir an QR-Codes im Sinn, die optisch aufbereitet auch Nutzer von Smartphones zu dem Projekt leiten sollten. Dann dachten wir an einen noch direkteren und vor allem klanglicherem Zugang. In der Ausbildung der Studenten besteht ein Teil darin aus Elektronischen Bauteilen kleine Objekte mit Sensoren und Ein-und Ausgabewegen (akustisch oder optisch) zu bauen. Und in kleine Kunstobjekte zu verwandeln.</p> <p>In den letzten Wochen arbeiteten wir an Möglichkeiten direkt im Stadtbild mit Klängen zu intervenieren. Jeder Teilnehmer hat sich einen Ort im Stadtbild gesucht, den er in klanglicher Hinsicht verändern möchte. Je nach Ort und Art werden sowohl Klänge, Töne als auch Inhalte recherchiert und vor Ort ausprobiert. In einem weiteren Schritt werden teilweise bereits schon kleine sehr billig herzustellende Schaltungen hergestellt die vor Ort mittels Batterie und oder Solarzelle selber Klänge erzeugen können bzw. vorhandene Klänge aufnehmen, verändern und wiedergeben können. Diese können dann sowohl mit diversen Sensoren (zum Beispiel Lichtschranken etc.) als auch direkt vom Audioeingangssignal gesteuert werden.</p> <p>Ziel ist es bei diesem Teilprojekt Klangobjekte herzustellen und Klangverbreitungsformen zu finden, die schnell und billig ersetzt werden können und die ohne viel Aufwand an die gewählten Orte angebracht werden können. Die Dokumentation über die Reaktionen der Passanten als auch über den Verfall bzw. die Entwendung dieser Klangobjekte sind ebenfalls ein großer Teil dieser Etappe.</p> <p>Mit der Beschäftigung an einem bestimmten Ort mit der Stadt und dem Leben in der Stadt, entstehen dann in den Köpfen der Teilnehmer wiederum Geschichten und Klangwelten, die sie wiederum befähigt noch genauere Soundscapes herzustellen. <br class='autobr' /> Diese können dann in eine Soundmap integriert werden kann, auf die (so soll ein weiterer Schritt sein) direkt in der Stadt mit Hilfe jedes beliebigen Smartphones per QR-Code zugegriffen werden kann.</p> <div style="margin-top:10px;"> <!-- Start of Flickr Badge --> <style type="text/css"> #flickr_badge_source_txt {padding:0; font: 11px Arial, Helvetica, Sans serif; color:#666666;} #flickr_badge_icon {display:block !important; margin:0 !important; border: 1px solid rgb(0, 0, 0) !important;} #flickr_icon_td {padding:0 5px 0 0 !important;} .flickr_badge_image {text-align:center !important;} .flickr_badge_image img {border: 1px solid black !important;} #flickr_www {display:block; padding:0 10px 0 10px !important; font: 11px Arial, Helvetica, Sans serif !important; color:#3993ff !important;} #flickr_badge_uber_wrapper a:hover, #flickr_badge_uber_wrapper a:link, #flickr_badge_uber_wrapper a:active, #flickr_badge_uber_wrapper a:visited {text-decoration:none !important; background:inherit !important;color:#3993ff;} #flickr_badge_wrapper {background-color:#ffffff;border: solid 1px #000000} #flickr_badge_source {padding:0 !important; font: 11px Arial, Helvetica, Sans serif !important; color:#666666 !important;} </style> <table id="flickr_badge_uber_wrapper" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="10" border="0"> <tr> <td> <small><a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/geert.vermeire/sets/72157641064033043/">Essen workshops</a> <span style="color:#ccc">at</span> <a href="http://www.flickr.com/"><strong style="color:#3993ff">flick<span style="color:#ff1c92">r</span></strong></a></small> <table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="10" border="0" id="flickr_badge_wrapper"> <tr> <div class="base64javascript15227309845a2a58538faba3.26585981" title="PHNjcmlwdCB0eXBlPSJ0ZXh0L2phdmFzY3JpcHQiIHNyYz0iaHR0cDovL3d3dy5mbGlja3IuY29tL2JhZGdlX2NvZGVfdjIuZ25lP3Nob3dfbmFtZT0xJmNvdW50PTgmZGlzcGxheT1yYW5kb20mc2l6ZT1zJmxheW91dD1oJnNvdXJjZT11c2VyX3NldCZ1c2VyPTExNzc1Mzg2OUBOMDMmY29udGV4dD1pbiZzZXQ9NzIxNTc2NDEwNjQwMzMwNDMiPjwvc2NyaXB0Pg=="></div> </tr> </table> </td> </tr> </table> <!-- End of Flickr Badge --></div></div> About http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/about/article/about http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/about/article/about 2014-02-14T18:32:14Z text/html en horaciogd <p>"Einander zuhören" is an e-culture and sound project created by Geert Vermeire in collaboration with noTours and produced by Goethe-Institut Athen, that examins the relationship between residents and their urban environment in a simultaneous and collective creative process in Greece and Germany.<br class='autobr' /> Einander zuhören – the Listening City<br class='autobr' /> The first phase of the project, December 2012 – June 2013, included several workshops about audio, field recording, sonic cartography, locative media and sound (...)</p> - <a href="http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/about/" rel="directory">About</a> <div class='rss_texte'><p>"Einander zuhören" is an <i>e-culture</i> and sound project created by Geert Vermeire in collaboration with <a href="http://www.notours.org/" class='spip_out' rel='external'>noTours</a> and produced by <a href="http://www.goethe.de/ins/gr/ath/deindex.htm" class='spip_out' rel='external'>Goethe-Institut Athen</a>, that examins the relationship between residents and their urban environment in a simultaneous and collective creative process in Greece and Germany.</p> <p><strong>Einander zuhören – the Listening City</strong></p> <p>The first phase of the project, December 2012 – June 2013, included several workshops about audio, field recording, sonic cartography, locative media and sound art with young people in Greece and Germany, that were held simultaneously in Athens, Essen and Dresden.</p> <p>Lead by Margot Dieleman, Stefaan van Biesen and Eric Winde, <a href="http://www.wit-urbanteam.com/" class='spip_out' rel='external'>WIT Urban Team</a>, Karolin Killig, sound artist, and profesor Claudius Lazzeroni, Folkwang Art University of Essen, Dresden and Essen workshops developed into the project <i>“Kybernetische Klangobjekte - interaktive Klang - Graffitis im öffentlichen Raum"</i> presented in the exhibition Media Art Fair / C.A.R. Contemporary Art Ruhr 2013.</p> <p>On the other hand, Athens workshops, lead by Horacio González, Xoan-Xil López and Enrique Tomás, <a href="http://www.escoitar.org/" class='spip_out' rel='external'>Escoitar</a> / <a href="http://www.notours.org/" class='spip_out' rel='external'>noTours</a>, have led to a sound map of Athens, presented in the exhibition “Fonés – Voices” at <a href="http://campoint.gr/?p=5931&lang=en" class='spip_out' rel='external'>CAMP</a> (Contemporary Art Meeting Point) in March 2014.</p> <p><strong>Einander zuhören – Stadt-(Ge)Schichten</strong></p> <p>The second phase of the project started in 2014 as a locative media project with noTours, creating interactive and site specific sound-narratives for a series of sound walks in Athens in a collaboration with the group <a href="http://art-anthropology.blogspot.gr/" class='spip_out' rel='external'>Fonés</a> (Voices), the sound artist Sofia Grigoriadou and Nicolas Rémy (University of Thessaly – Architecture Department in Volos).</p> <p>Outcome are seven intertwined soundwalks in the center of Athens, between the Omonia, Syntagma and Monastariki Squares.</p></div> PlayerMap Release http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/map/article/playermap-release http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/map/article/playermap-release 2014-02-14T10:33:46Z text/html en horaciogd - <a href="http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/map/" rel="directory">Map</a> Kollisi http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/blog/article/kollisi http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/blog/article/kollisi 2013-04-09T09:37:20Z text/html en Stefanos Souvatzoglou & Poka <p>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.<br class='autobr' /> 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 (...)</p> - <a href="http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/blog/" rel="directory">Project Blog</a> <div class='rss_texte'><p>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.</p> <p>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.</p> <p>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.</p> <dl class='spip_document_32 spip_documents spip_documents_center'> <dt><img src='http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/local/cache-vignettes/L500xH538/stefanos-e470b.jpg' width='500' height='538' alt='JPEG - 605.3 kb' /></dt> </dl> <p><strong>Poka</strong> 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.</p> <p><strong>Stefanos Souvatzoglou</strong> 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. 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Unfortunately some of them where too far away for the final soundwalk because all areas must be within walking distance of Goethe Institut, where people will get the smartphones to enjoy the experience once the project is finished.<br class='autobr' /> After walking the city during the last week, we have decided to restrict the area of the (...)</p> - <a href="http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/blog/" rel="directory">Project Blog</a> <div class='rss_texte'><p>During the initial workshops with the students of Athens School of Arts, the participants have been choosing different interesting areas of the city to work with noTours. Unfortunately some of them where too far away for the final soundwalk because all areas must be within walking distance of Goethe Institut, where people will get the smartphones to enjoy the experience once the project is finished.</p> <p>After walking the city during the last week, we have decided to restrict the area of the soundwalk to the surroundings of the path drawn in the map below. This area is nice, includes most of the places suggested by the students and following the path from Goethe, to Aeropagus and back to Goethe through Monasteraki would take approximately 50 minutes.</p> <div style="margin-top:20px;"> <dl class='spip_document_31 spip_documents spip_documents_center'> <dt><img src='http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/local/cache-vignettes/L500xH403/notoursmapsketch-3c4bb.jpg' width='500' height='403' alt='JPEG - 311 kb' /></dt> </dl> <p><a href="https://maps.google.es/maps/ms?msid=217352854642762792849.0004d9d3b581c1367b3b8&msa=0&ll=37.976003,23.729525&spn=0.013261,0.02753" class='spip_out' rel='external'>Athens soundwalk area on Google Maps</a></p> </div> <p>You can also have a look on a picture showing how the final soundwalk should look in noTours editor.</p> <div style="margin-top:20px;"><dl class='spip_document_30 spip_documents spip_documents_center'> <dt><img src='http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/local/cache-vignettes/L500xH399/notourssoundwalk-e8a3b.jpg' width='500' height='399' alt='JPEG - 375.3 kb' /></dt> </dl></div></div> Project description at Stefaan van Biesen web site http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/press-release/article/project-description-at-stefaan-van http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/press-release/article/project-description-at-stefaan-van 2013-04-07T10:00:42Z text/html en horaciogd - <a href="http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/press-release/" rel="directory">Press Release</a> <div class="hyperlien">View online : <a href="http://www.stefaanvanbiesen.com/agenda.html" class="spip_out">Agenda Stefaan van Biesen</a></div> Project description at Milena principle web site http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/press-release/article/project-description-at-milena http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/press-release/article/project-description-at-milena 2013-04-07T09:39:26Z text/html en horaciogd - <a href="http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/press-release/" rel="directory">Press Release</a> <div class="hyperlien">View online : <a href="http://www.themilena.com/agenda.html" class="spip_out">Agenda the Milena principle</a></div> Listening City presentation at ελculture http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/press-release/article/listening-city-presentation-at http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/press-release/article/listening-city-presentation-at 2013-04-07T09:23:52Z text/html en horaciogd - <a href="http://stadt-geschichten.escoitar.org/press-release/" rel="directory">Press Release</a> <div class="hyperlien">View online : <a href="http://www-en.elculture.gr/music/news/soundart-565936" class="spip_out">Soundart - Music-Concerts | ελculture</a></div>