The ubiquitous ear : proposal for pluralist listening
Monday, May 26th 2014
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs
31 rue d’Ulm
In collaboration with ART&FACT
Pascale Criton is a composer and researcher in musicology, specialized in microtonal music. She will present a conference on sound spaces’ variability and the experimentation of spatialization.
How can we hear and allow others to hear sound plurality ? Nowadays, writing space-times is made possible thanks to devices and software inviting us to redefine the way we conceive sound spaces.
What forms of subjectification, individual as well as collective, are at stake when developing the relation to temporal and spatial forms ? Connecting mental, social and environmental ecologies, the listening experiments that will be presented during this conference question forms of listening, diffusion spaces, forms of sound perception and reception.