At the 4th edition of the Lisbon Soa environmental sound art festival, "Migrations" is the central theme of a new "series of performances, workshops and sound installations, which explore the impact of human activity on the environment in the 21st century," he explains. the organization.
The event returns on September 12, 13, 14 and 15 to the Cold Greenhouse, in Lisbon, "for a reflection on the impact on the sound environment on the migrations caused by the effervescent human activity". "People, animals, plants and sounds are constantly moving, shifting from side to side, silencing or transforming soundscapes along the way. In some cases they never find a place of belonging again. In others they can adapt and naturalize. se ", stresses Raquel Castro, artistic director of Lisboa Soa.
"There are several causes for migration of all species, but how are they recognized and respected by the built environment? We have the greenhouse as a host example, which protects migrant plant species in a controlled atmosphere while adapting to them, recreating other geographies, "he adds.
In addition to programming by national artists such as Ivo Louro, Francisco Pinheiro, Paulo Morais, @C or the women's collective “Lantana”, and international artists such as Kathy Hinde, Vincent Martial, Carlos Henrich and Peter Cusack, Lisboa Soa invites first time, "Tsonami" from Chile.
See the full program here.