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Berlin: Robertina Šebjanič
January 24 - February 2
SONIC CINEMA : SESSION ONE
Lost Space: Rainforests by William Russell with musical contributions from LUM and FLORA (Jonas V. Ronnberg, Anna Melina)
Lost Space: Oceans by William Russell and Robertina Šebjanič with musical contributions from FLORA (Jonas V. Ronnberg, Anna Melina)
Global Sunrise: The Musical Sounds of Dawn by Gordon Hempton
Earthcry by Sam Potter, Edo Van Breemen and Geoff Dembicki
Lost Space: Ocean is a collaboration between MONOM’s Creative Director and 4DSOUND designer, William Russell and artist/researcher Robertina Sebjanic (supported by Projekt Atol) with sonic contributions from artists FLORA (Varg and AnnaMelina).
The common point of departure of the collaboration is Robertina’s art and research focusing on Aquatocene – a cultural, (bio)political and biological realities of aquatic environments and William’s wish to emulate this sonic ecological situation in 4DSOUND.
In the last decades, the anthropogenic technological presence has increased the presence of human-produced noise, which is severely impacting and polluting the marine environment and interfering with the communication and songs of the marine drawlers who can’t just close their ears. This shift has caused deep distress. The work urges for a reconsideration of how to navigate the water’s sonic depth with our omnipresence.
The Sonic Film, Lost Space: Subaquatic Oceans, will take the listener on a journey deep into the subaquatic oceanic world, from the enchanting, surreal and rich bioacoustic environment of pristine subaquatic life – a completely different orchestra playing under the surface of the sea invisible to most, to the harsh reality of today’s subaquatic sonic scape.
Experience Lost Space: Subaquatic Oceans during CTM Festival as part of Sonic Cinema : Session One which includes 3 other Sonic Films that aim to increase empathetic awareness between the audience and natural environments through the documentation and transmission of its natural beauty and its destruction.