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MakerAtoui, Tarek > kunstenaar
Hettinga, Lieke > kunstenaar
ReeksGRACE Footnotes on Equality
Identificatienummer002264
MediumDigitaal fotobestand
Portrayed OrgGender and Cultures of Equality (GRACE), GRACE
Period2017-2017
SamenvattingDescription provided by the artist: .'WITHIN / Infinite Ear' is a collaboration between artists and researchers but also local communities, and consists of an exhibition with images and objects, but also performances and a film programme, all investigating the experience of deafness, sound, and hearing. I'll just copy paste something here: .'To what extent do we hear? What can hearing and deaf people learn from each other’s abilities? In what ways can such knowledge improve political representation of the diversity of hearing? How can it influence the way we understand sound performance, its space and instrumentation?. .Since 2013, Tarek Atoui and Council have worked with Deaf and differently-hearing persons to create spaces to explore, understand and represent the diversity of the hearing experience. Combining the scientific history of hearing with the history of sonic arts and Deaf culture, these sites seek to renew the ways we relate to sound perception. .This research has led to WITHIN / Infinite Ear, an exhibition consisting of a number of collections (of instruments, recordings, books, films and artworks) that will grow and shift as the project progresses.'. .What I love about this project is that it brings people together in a space and allows them to interact with things, or experiences things, knowing that they are all .experience it differently. Deaf people and non-deaf people will hear the performance concert together but different, or the exercises will have different experiences for .them. I think examining sound as a material experience has a lot of potential for our interest in equality otherwise and embodied discomfort.. .This artwork is part of the project Footnotes on Equality: http://footnotesonequality.eu/all/
Thesaurusterm (NL)feminisme
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Rechthebbende (houder copyright)GRACE
CategorieënObject/Object


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