[NetBehaviour] Migratory Dreams - Sueños Migratorios - 02 March 2013

Furtherfield info at furtherfield.org
Tue Jan 29 18:49:23 CET 2013


In partnership with CRiSAP - Creative Research in Sound Arts Practice 
from the University of the Arts London - LCC, Furtherfield Gallery is 
pleased to present /Migratory Dreams – Sueños Migratorios/, sound 
recordings of an improvisatory online performance event using spoken 
voice and pre-recorded sounds that took place between two Colombian 
communities in London (UK) and Bogota (CO) in August 2012.

The exhibition /Migratory Dreams – Sueños Migratorios/ invites us to 
listen to eight dreams that were shared in an improvisatory sound 
performance via the Internet, between Colombians living in London and 
Colombians living in Bogotá, using spoken voice and pre-recorded sounds. 
The performance explored the sound space that is created in-between the 
two locations, as well as the feelings associated with different 
experiences of migration, and was manifested through Deep Listening 
practice and dreamwork.

The performances were part of Networked Migrations, a practice-based 
research project which explored feelings of displacement and being in 
the ‘in- between’ of migrants communities.

Saturday 02 March 2013, 12-4pm at Furtherfield Gallery.

Part of Furtherfield Clear Spots 
<http://www.furtherfield.org/gallery/clear-spots> programme.


More info: 
http://www.furtherfield.org/programmes/clear-spots/migratory-dreams-%E2%80%93-sue%C3%B1os-migratorios

*Download Press Release:
English Version 
<http://www.furtherfield.org/gallery-files/migratory-dreams-pr%28ENGL%29.pdf> 
   || Versión en Español 
<http://www.furtherfield.org/gallery-files/migratory-dreams-pr%28SPANISH%29.pdf>*

Please feel free to send it to any person who might be interested.

Best,

Ximena Alarcón
Research Fellow
Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice - CRiSAP
London College of Communication


ESPAÑOL

En asociación con CRiSAP - Creative Research in Sound Arts Practice de 
la University of the Arts London - LCC, Furtherfield Gallery se complace 
en presentar Migratory Dreams – Sueños Migratorios, grabaciones de una 
improvisación sonora en línea usando voz hablada y sonidos pre-grabados 
que tuvo lugar entre un grupo de Colombianos que viven en Londres y un 
grupo de Colombianos que viven en Bogotá, en Agosto 2012.

La exhibición Migratory Dreams – Sueños Migratorios nos invita a 
escuchar ocho sueños que fueron com- partidos en un performance de 
improvisación sonora a través de Internet, entre Colombianos que viven 
en Londres y Colombianos que viven en Bogotá, usando voz hablada y 
sonidos pre-grabados. El performance exploró el ‘espacio sonoro 
intermedio’ que es creado entre las dos ciudades, así como los 
sentimientos aso- ciados con diferentes experiencias de migración, y fue 
realizado a través de la práctica Deep Listening (Escucha profunda) y 
trabajo de sueños.

Los performances fueron parte de Networked Migrations, un proyecto de 
investigación basada en la práctica que explora sentimientos de 
desplazamiento y de ser y estar en el ‘espacio intermedio’, por parte de 
las comunidades migrantes.

Sábado 02 marzo 2013, 12-4pm en Furtherfield Gallery:

Más información:

http://www.furtherfield.org/programmes/clear-spots/migratory-dreams-%E2%80%93-sue%C3%B1os-migratorios

Favor divulgar

Dr. Ximena Alarcón
Research Fellow
Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice - CRiSAP
London College of Communication

e-mail: x.alarcon at lcc.arts.ac.uk



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