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Ismini Christakopoulou

http://iamanightbird.blogspot.co.at/

Vienna, Austria
Researcher - artist - architect MSc (2015) + M.Arch (2012) My interest lies in the spatial exploration of materials & theories, hybrids & monsters, alchemies & myths. My practice is located on the interdisciplinary area of architecture, physics and acoustics by involving analogue techniques and digital technologies, computational design, natural processes and procedural-based art experimentation. The scale of the approaches is 0 to ±∞.

HE(a)RE-ings


Sound mappings of being and belonging

HE(a)RE-ings


Sound mappings of being and belonging
Being caught up on imaging the future, we keep on forgetting all the unexplored, fascinating moments that construct our present.

In the era of restless mobility and unprecedented speed, it is essential to stop and listen the world around us in order to respond to the imperative for change.

The diverse and complex environment, cannot be perceived in its totality, only by the eye. All our everyday moments are accompanied by an omnipresent, ephemeral presence; the invisible, yet fully existent, medium of sound, both pleasant and irritating orienting us towards the place we want to be.

Concentrating on the phenomenological perspective of acoustic ecology and the ways in which the sonic environment shapes our experiences this research conceives sound as a constructive material that allows space to emerge, and explores the interdependence between human experience, understanding and the surrounding, opening up new ventures for comprehending the socio-ecological hybrid in which we locate ourselves.



HE(a)RE-ings


Sound mappings of being and belonging

HE(a)RE-ings


Sound mappings of being and belonging
Being caught up on imaging the future, we keep on forgetting all the unexplored, fascinating moments that construct our present.

In the era of restless mobility and unprecedented speed, it is essential to stop and listen the world around us in order to respond to the imperative for change.

The diverse and complex environment, cannot be perceived in its totality, only by the eye. All our everyday moments are accompanied by an omnipresent, ephemeral presence; the invisible, yet fully existent, medium of sound, both pleasant and irritating orienting us towards the place we want to be.

Concentrating on the phenomenological perspective of acoustic ecology and the ways in which the sonic environment shapes our experiences this research conceives sound as a constructive material that allows space to emerge, and explores the interdependence between human experience, understanding and the surrounding, opening up new ventures for comprehending the socio-ecological hybrid in which we locate ourselves.




Idea by

Ismini Christakopoulou
Vienna
Austria
Researcher - artist - architect MSc (2015) + M.Arch (2012) My interest lies in the spatial exploration of materials & theories, hybrids & monsters, alchemies & myths. My practice is located on the interdisciplinary area of architecture, physics and acoustics by involving analogue techniques and digital technologies, computational design, natural processes and procedural-based art experimentation. The scale of the approaches is 0 to ±∞.