Ora 23 : Multisensory Conflict : 30 July

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Ora 23 : Multisensory Conflict
Daniela Cascella and Salomé Voegelin
Thursday 30 July
Resonance 104.4 FM

Multisensory Conflict is the reworking of a live performance of Ora, presented on 8th July at CRASSH University of Cambridge as part of the Sound Studies: Art, Experience, Politics conference. On this occasion, crossing the boundary between lecture and performance, Cascella and Voegelin read and played sounds, texts and voices that do not explain or interpret but embody rhythms, repetitions, coincidences and discordancies to present aesthetic, poetic and political conflicts. In this improvised format, the performance creates a sound work that faces its own meta-discourse and is able to talk back, infusing stable frameworks of theory and criticism with the vagaries of an invisible sound.


Eliane Radigue, Jetsun Mila
Curzio Malaparte, The Skin
Jackie Kay, ‘Plague’ in off colour
P16.D4, 5/4/3/2/1/Wand
Ross Bolleter, Going to War without the French is like Going to War without an Accordion
Primo Levi Auschwitz Report
Keiji Haino, Second Blackness
John Cage, Empty Words
Kathy Acker, My Death My Life by Pier Paolo Pasolini
Arturos Bumsteinas, hate
Club Moral, L’enfer et infini
Paul Celan, Illegibility
Yellow Swans, Untitled
Merzbow / Masami Akita, Birds and Warhorse
John Fahey, Requiem for Molly (part 3)
Abdul Basir Watanyar, ‘I live in flames’, in Poetry of the Taliban
Adrienne Rich, What is Found There, Notebooks on Poetry and Politics
Coil, The Sleeper
Badiou, Acts of Resistance
Hakim Bey, Millenium
Steroid Maximus, The Auctioneer of Souls
Franco Battiato, Il silenzio del rumore
Lydia Davis, Foucault and Pencil
Banda ‘Giuseppe Verdi’ di Scortichino, Inno di Garibaldi
Ryszard Kapuscinski, The Emperor
Elaine Radigue, Transamorem-Transmortem
No Fiture, Music in Four Parts

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