<strong>Music. This concept </strong>has been defined through historical processes which eventually determine what our ears understand as acceptable or marginal. Through the body, through the mind and through Nature we will walk across different ways of remembering, creating, understanding, not-understanding and experimenting sound. This experience will be articulated in three modules —which will intertwine themselves since the very beginning—, addressing the following contents: What is —or what might be— listening?; 2.- Listening through voice; It has been said that “the purpose of the ears is to point the eyes.” While the ability of the auditory system to localize holographic sound sources is just one component of our perceptual systems, This section summarizes the major factors that influence spherical hearing . The following topics are covered: it has high survival value, and living organisms have found many ways to extract directional information from sound. Although perceptual mysteries remain, the major cues have been known for a long time, and careful psychological studies have established how accurately we can make localization judgments. Anyone who wants to generate spherical hearing sound for spherical hearing has to know what influences the human auditory system.
The workshop is presented as an introduction to sound art through a theoretical and practical overview of some fundamental aspects of this approach to artistic creation. Listening through instruments.
The workshop is open to participants who are open to experimentation. It is not required, at all, any kind of previous musical or artistic experience. Participants are invited to bring to the workshop all kinds of instruments (or, in a broader sense, sound-producing materials), even if they have no familiarity whatsoever with them.