ArtEZ studium generale is launching a new three-part podcast series called Listening to the In-Between, dedicated to the broad context of Deep Listening, following Sounding Places, Listening Places, a podcast series they did last year, dedicated to explore how sound and listening lead to a more sustainable and reciprocal relations with the earth.
Part I is already available, and the second one will come later this year. It’s available to listen at ArtEZ Radio.
In Part I researcher and music journalist Joep Christenhusz explores Deep Listening, its connection to space and time, and the interrelations between the outer and the inner world the practice reveals through sonic awareness. He enters into conversations with Ed McKeon and Ximena Alarcón, who are well-experienced deep listeners. Alarcón describes the INTIMAL App© that she has developed over the last years.
The podcast forms a good introduction to the event around Pauline Oliveros’s Deep Listening practice on Wednesday October 5, hosted by ArtEZ Studium Generale in collaboration with Corpo-real, the master Interior Architecture at ArtEZ.