Trafostacja Sztuki w Szczecinie ul. 艢wi臋tego Ducha 4 Wto-Czw & Nie / Tue-Thu & Sun 11:00-19:00 Pt-Sob / Fri-Sat 11:00-21:00

Listening. Community. Joy.
Spotkanie z Brandonem LaBelle

Zapraszamy na spotkanie z Brandonem LaBelle w ramach projektu TEKHN脡 - Be Aware of Sound.

Spotkanie z Brandonem LaBelle w ramach cyklu TEKHN脡 – Be Aware of Sound. Projekt聽sytuuje si臋 w obszarze sztuk d藕wi臋kowych, gdzie tradycja muzyki eksperymentalnej przenika si臋 ze sztuk膮 wizualn膮. Obejmuje rezydencje, wystawy, warsztaty i inne wydarzenia adresowane do tw贸rc贸w, student贸w i lokalnej spo艂eczno艣ci, kt贸rych istot膮 jest po艂膮czenie dzia艂a艅 badawczych, eksperymentalnych, edukacyjnych i upowszechniaj膮cych.

Projekt finansowano ze 艣rodk贸w programu Kreatywna Europa Unii Europejskiej.

Partnerzy: TRAFO Trafostacja Sztuki w Szczecinie, CTM Festival, GMEA 鈥 National Center for Music Creation of Albi-Tarn, OUT.RA 鈥 Associa莽茫o Cultural, Ska艈u me啪s festival, Q-O2.

Wsp贸艂praca: Akademia Sztuki w Szczecinie


Tue 22 Aug 2023 —
Sun 01 Oct 2023


Thu 12 Oct 2023

Jasmine Guffond Listening Back

Fri 13 Oct 2023 —
Sun 19 Nov 2023

Jasmine Guffond Listening Back

Wed 08 Nov 2023
Fri 01 Dec 2023 —
Sat 31 Jan 2004
rezydencja: Mark Mushiva


See also

Experiences of listening may be understood to weaken us, making us vulnerable to the intensities of worldly contact and each other. As such, listening may act as the basis for gestures of compassion and care, enabling forms of mutuality and empathy. Yet, listening may also lead to fragmentation, rupture, ecstasy. What can be drawn from such intensities listening evokes? And what forms of practice might be found by way of listening鈥檚 relational capacities? Exploring questions of listening and relationality, I鈥檒l reflect upon personal experiences and creative practices of social engagement, emphasizing the dynamics of interruption, party habits and radical hospitality. From such perspectives, a notion of more-than-social art will be posed that may allow for other understandings and imaginaries of community life and what it means to find partnerships across social words.

Brandon LaBelle is an artist, writer and theorist living in Berlin. His work focuses on questions of agency, community, pirate culture, and poetics, which results in a range of collaborative and extra-institutional initiatives, including: The Listening Biennial and Academy (2021-), Communities in Movement (2019-), The Living School (with South London Gallery, 2014-16), Oficina de Autonomia (2017), The Imaginary Republic (2014-19), Dirty Ear Forum (2013-), Surface Tension (2003-2008), and Beyond Music Sound Festival (1998-2002). In 1995 he founded Errant Bodies Press, an independent publishing project supporting work in sound art and studies, performance and poetics, artistic research and contemporary political thought. His publications include: Dreamtime X (2022), The Other Citizen (2020), Sonic Agency (2018), Lexicon of the Mouth (2014), Acoustic Territories (2010, 2019), and Background Noise (2006, 2015). His most recent book on sound, Acoustic Justice (2021), argues for an acoustic model by which to engage questions of social equality.