Tracing Waves: researching audible choreographies
Tracing Waves is an ongoing research on how dancing bodies sound. How can I listen to my body moving? What is the sound of a movement? Which sonic traces emerge? How can I re-imagine the entanglement between sound and movement within the context of future choreography?
I recorded AUDIOTRACES while moving as a process of collecting sonic textures.
Please wear headphones to listen more comfortably.
I will share live a written piece as an open space echoing different ways I research sound.
You are welcome to join in, listen or voice any kind of feedback.
The live sharing will be on Tue 23 March at 4:15pm
through following zoom link:
If you are interested in the written version of the text, please feel free to email me
Materials and/or objects used: body, breath, sounds, wooden floor, baking paper, mics, recorder, laptop,
Pauline Oliveros (Deep Listening & Sonic Meditations), Brandon Labelle (Sonic Agency, Lexicon of The Mouth, Listening to the body), Becca Wood (Social Choreographies for the ears), Astrida Neimanis (Hydrofeminism, We are all at Sea), Rosi Braidotti (Nomadic Subjects, Towards a feminist Theory of becoming), Karen Barad (Agential Realism), Andrea Olsen (The Place of Dance), John Cage
Performance, writing & recording of audiotraces: Christine Sollie
Many voices of friends, family, artists and authors I collected throughout this research resonate within this research.
Across two days, 13 artists from our Developing Artistic Practice pathway at London Contemporary Dance School share their research and practices, facilitat