"Reconfiguring the Landscape" is a collaborative artistic research project, which questions how spatial electroacoustic composition practices and sound art acts on the notion and experience of landscape. Initiated at the Norwegian Academy of Music by Natasha Barret, the project associates two other composers, Nadine Schütz (IRCAM) and Andrew Knight-Hill (University of Greenwich). The project essentially takes the form of workshops that we organize in our three different cities, Oslo, London and Paris, with punctual events open to the public.
The upcoming workshop in Paris will be held at Ircam from 18 to 28 November, with public restitutions on 26 and 27 November. The event will be held in English, questions can be asked in French.
Two panels will be held on Friday and Saturday (26/27 November).
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