The Overheard

Project: Research

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The Overheard inviterer alle til aktivt at tune ind på de lyde, vi i hverdagen nemt overhører. Ved at gå på opdagelse i hverdagens lydlandskaber gentænker lytteren de traditionelle skel mellem lyd, musik, støj og omgivelser. Målet er at give lytteren en ny lydhørhed overfor hverdagens lyde, ved selv at kunne mixe og skabe sit eget personlige soundtrack igennem hele 2017. Dette sker gennem tre forbundne kunstneriske dele:
1. OverHEARD OUTDOOR SOUNDTRACK: fem udendørs lyd-skulpturer der placeres rundt i Region Midt, skabt af prominente nationale og internationale kunstnere.
2. OverHEARD ONLINE SOUNDTRACK: Hjemmeside hvor man kan mixe den live­ transmiterede lyd fra de fem lyd-skulpturer døgnet rundt.
3. OverHEARD CONCERT SOUNDTRACK:​ Koncerter med bands og ensembler, der i deres kompositioner og sange bruger den live streamede lyd fra hjemmesiden i deres egen musik.
Kom med os og lyt til hverdagens overhørte magi!
English
The Overheard invites all to actively tune into the surroundings with us, and begin to rethink accustomed distinctions between sound, music, noise and environment. The aim is to develop an attentive ear, and inspire everyone to form a subtle relationship with everyday noises. This vision will be unfolded through three complementary artistic interventions,​​ that will enable everybody to mix and create their own ongoing real time soundtrack to their lives throughout 2017:
1.​overHEARD OUTDOOR SOUNDTRACK: Five outdoor sound sculptures placed around Region Midt, created by prominent artists.
2. ​overHEARD ONLINE SOUNDTRACK:​ Webpage where you can mix the live streamed sound from the sound sculptures throughout 2017.
3. ​overHEARD CONCERT SOUNDTRACK: L​ive concerts with bands and ensembles that incorporate the streamed soundscape into their songs and compositions.
Join with us and tune into the overheard magic of our everyday surroundings!
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date01/12/201501/01/2018

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