Listening 10:00 – 21:18
Presentation – 19:00
Image obtained with SEM technology: vinyl and needle.
This session is proposed as a continuous listening of Paisaje Dorsal sound archive. Structured as 139 recordings of a total of 11 hours, 18 minutes, 43 seconds, listeners will hear the archive in chronological order according to the moment the recordings were made, from beginning to end. During the entire listening, all of the sound recordings will be available, our doors open, and the amplifiers switched on, so that the listening environment can be freely entered and exited. A new formalization of the archive, the publication Soineko Paisaia 2009-2015 / Dorsal Landscape 2009-2015, will be presented at 7.00 pm. The publication includes a sample of 83 recordings of flocks of sheep in three LPs, presented with other contents in a suitcase. These recordings also include some of those made on the trip to Aralur in 2013. Beginning here, and using certain moments of the project as an excuse, we will be able to experience the project in depth in a session beginning at 10.00 am and ending at 9.18 pm.
Project financed by: Gipuzkoako Foru Aldundia, Eusko Jaurlaritza, Audiolab, Bulegoa z/b, Aranzadi Zientzia Elkartea, Goierriko Eskola, Gordailu, and Traktora.
Nader Koochaki (1983, Donostia-San Sebastian) is a graduate in sociology and since 2008 has been working in the field of art. He has made significant contributions in the area of video, photography and sound. So far, Nader’s works have been exhibited in the following locations: Arteleku, Archive of the Historical Province of Araba-Alava, Cristina Enea Foundation in Donostia-San Sebastian, Bizkaia Aretoa Building in Bilbao, Arts Centre of Egia, Media Library of Miarritze-Biarritz, Basque Museum of Bayonne, Club Le Larraskito in Bilbao, Antoni Tàpies Foundation of Barcelona, Artium Museoa in Vitoria-Gasteiz, MOP in Dubai, Edge of Arabia and Sophia Contemporary Gallery in London and Tabakalera in Donostia-San Sebastian. Also worthy of mention are his works in collaboration with different artists, such as Ibon Aranberri, Usue Arrieta and Vicente Vázquez, Ingrid Buchwald and Carme Nogueira.