The Sounds that Bring Us Together - Panel Discussion
Attending to the sounds around us can offer new perspectives on the spaces we in...
7:00pm - 9:00pm
Attending to the sounds around us can offer new perspectives on the spaces we inhabit. Sound is also a powerful tool to convey emotion and connect us with our past. Inspired by the current exhibition Derrumbeat – The Beat of Collapse, anthropologists, artists, musicians and composers will discuss how they think about and integrate sounds in their work with a focus on how sounds contribute to new forms of connection, collaboration, relation, and synthetization in the participants’ ways of thinking, reflecting and imagining.
Adi Laflamme, Composer, Producer, Performer, MA candidate School of Music, UVic
Sue Frohlick, UBC Okanagan, Professor, Anthropology, Gender and Women’s Studies, UBC-Okanagan
Paul Walde, Sound and Visual Artist, Associate Professor, Visual Arts, UVic
Alexandrine Boudreault-Fournier, Associate Professor, Anthropology, UVic
Capacity is limited to 30 people. Proof of vaccination is required for this in-person event. Live stream TBA.
Register Online: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/the-sounds-that-bring-us-together-registration-261459330897
630 Yates St.
Open / Operational