Sandra Volny Audio Art / Recent Investigations and Becoming of Sound Art 03

Date(s): Nov 3 to 17 2021

Registration Date(s): Oct 5 to Nov 2 2021



Pedagogical Assistant: Stéphane Claude


Sandra Volny, Aural Soilscapes, 2021. photo: Simon Bélair. 

For its third edition, Recent Investigations and Becoming of Sound Art 03, will focus on the recent history, the existing currents and the potential of sound art.

What are the strategies, protocols and technologies put in place by artists who work with sound? What are the poetic dimensions and the imaginary worlds channeled by these practices? What are the emerging listening modes and postures? How do they resonate in the contexts of environmental, societal and political emergencies? Can sound and listening become vectors of resistance and transition towards an ecology of attention? Could a critical reflection on sound and its technologies allow for more “humane” dialogues and possible trajectories in a world whose agents are more than human?

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Sandra Volny, Aural Soilscapes, 2021. photo: Simon Bélair. 

Sandra Volny is an artist-researcher, founder of Sound and Space Research. Her research in contemporary and sound art has led her to develop and deepen, in the recent years, a set of theoretical works, artistic experiments and group workshops. She has led research groups in Chile, Greece and Canada in collaboration with artists, scientists, architects, anthropologists, choreographers and musicians.

Stéphane Claude is an electronic_acoustic composer and sound engineer. His research is based on integrating a conceptual and physiological framework of audio recording and sound installation for different diffusion contexts in the electronic arts.