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Attending to the sounds around us can offer new perspectives on the spaces we inhabit. Sound is also a powerful tool to convey emotion and connect us with our past. Inspired by the current exhibition Derrumbeat – The Beat of Collapse, anthropologists, artists, musicians and composers will discuss how they think about and integrate sounds in their work with a focus on how sounds contribute to new forms of connection, collaboration, relation, and synthetization in the participants’ ways of thinking, reflecting and imagining.

Panelists:
Adi Laflamme, Composer, Producer, Performer, MA candidate School of Music, UVic
Sue Frohlick, UBC Okanagan, Professor, Anthropology, Gender and Women’s Studies, UBC-Okanagan
Paul Walde, Sound and Visual Artist, Associate Professor, Visual Arts, UVic

Moderator:
Alexandrine Boudreault-Fournier, Associate Professor, Anthropology, UVic

Capacity is limited to 30 people. Proof of vaccination is required for this in-person event. Live stream TBA.

Register online here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/the-sounds-that-bring-us-together-registration-261459330897

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