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Sluhodvod 2020

Ljubi me brzo (love me fast)

The work is based on the literary text by Nina ljubi me brzo, published in 2016 in the literary magazine Idiot.

Performers (in alphabetical order):
Nina Dragičević, Vid Drašler, Irena Tomažin Zagoričnik, Irena Yebuah Tiran
Fragment I, 28.9.2020, Španski borci
Public rehearsal
We took the concept of Sluhodvod seriously and thus in the first event we open
the door to the work-research-thinking process. People – we will let them on
stage – will be able to move around freely, come and go, and we get together to
rehearse, discuss, and so on.
In short, this will not be a concert, it will be a rehearsal, we will not burden
ourselves with the audience.

Fragment II, 1.11.2020, broadcast by Radio Študent, Odprti termin za kulturo
The radio play ljubi me brzo

Fragment III, 3.1.2021, Španski borci
Starting point:excerpt from  ljubi me brzo  – many times.The text may have an author, but with every performance, every utterance, every sounding, it produces both a new author and a new work.A work that is yours, that is, that is not yours, never this work.

In the literary text ljubi me brzo, which is a single sentence, about twenty pages
long, Nina Dragičević immerses herself in the effects of acceleration on the
thought of a modern lover, her desire and running away, and the radio play
amplifies the flow of thought, it does not transmit anything to the listener
through the radio, but the apparatus itself represents the skeleton in which the
thought takes place and sounds.


Sluhodvod: The Third Guy (Primož Sukič in Ruben Martinez Orio) in Stijn Demeulenaere, Cirkulacija2

13. januar ob 19:00, Cirkulacija 2, podhod Ajdovščina, Ljubljana

avtorji in izvajalci: The Third Guy (Primož Sukič in Ruben Martinez Orio) in Stijn Demeulenaere

Everybody lives here    
an exploration of each other’s listening   

Stand still for a moment. Sit down, perhaps. Look around you, listen, observe. Maybe it's loud around you, maybe quiet, maybe those notions don't add up. What do you hear? Sounds come to you from everywhere, from all directions. Below the threshold of your consciousness, a place, a place introduces itself to you. This happens as much through the sound you hear as the light you see. It is up to you to give those sounds meaning, to make connections between them. You begin to focus on one sound, and you notice that next to it there is another sound, a perhaps more interesting, more intriguing sound. A sound that passed almost below the threshold of your attention. And so you listen on, jumping from sound to sound until you have recreated a whole world for yourself.
Stijn Demeulenaere and The Third Guy duo present a project where field recordings  and musical instruments interact with the natural sonic environment of a place. Through real time interaction the performers create layers of sounds, all interacting with each other, creating a multilayered trialog, bound between time linearity, and the space.
With Everybody Lives Here we want to create a performance that explores the sound of spaces. Working with the sound of a place, adding our own sounds to it, and using them to highlight the auditory identity of the spaces we will be playing in. Through an interaction between the three performers and the audience, we want to create a sound environment that researches the sonic being of places, their acoustics, their soundscape and the listening of the audience and ourselves. The performance will be ideally suited for in situ performances, but will also work on stage, in concert halls or other buildings.

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