Building home-made transductors: a strong contact mic , an electromagnetic sensor and a hydrophone.
Dates: 10. May 2014 and 11. May 2014 from 12 to 5pm.
Location: MechartLab, Hohlstrasse 52, Zürich.
Hiper (spanish language) - prefix that means above, over, or in excess.
Oído (spanish language) - the sense of hearing. Also the organ of hearing.
- Listening some examples of field sensings and recordings .
- Building home-made transductors: a strong contact mic , an electromagnetic sensor and a hydrophone.
- Indoor and outdoor tours: field sensings and recordings of electromagnetic fields, of subacuatic and atmospheric sounds, of spaces that function as sound filters and of spaces listened across the elements that compose them.
- Find a place where we can listen the electromagnetic, subacuatic and atmospheric ambits in simultaneously. If we find a place to make it possible.
The workshop is based in my essay “HiperOído , Invisible Sonic Debris and Continuity” . To download here: http://sajjra.net/chrs/?page_id=668
Fee: 80.- CHF for SGMK members, 100.- CHF for non-members