Resound Kefalonia 2018
Resound Kefalonia is a Sound and Space Research group that took place on the island of Kefalonia, Greece from May 15 - 21, 2018.
During this intensive week, the research group forged links and induced relations of analogy between art, sciences and the sociological, environmental context. In the clash of our remembering, it is necessary to stretch the ear in order to become conscious of our surroundings. By amplifying our aural spatial awareness, Resound Kefalonia not only encountered sonic traces from the past, but also aural imprints from refugees washed up on Greek shores.
Sandra Volny, based in Montréal, Canada. Artist and academic research. Founder at Sound and Space Research.
Jacob Kirkegaard, based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Artist and composer. Invited artist for the Sound and Space Research program : Resound Kefalonia 2018.
Simon Bélair, based in Montréal, Canada. Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner and musician.
Andrea-Jane Cornell, based in Louisville, USA. Musician, Co-founder/author/compositor/interpreter with Marie-Douce St-Jacques at Le fruit vert.
Pierre Leichner, based in Vancouver, Canada. Visual artist and academic psychiatrist.
Claudia Mattai Del Moro, based in Hamburg and Berlin, Germany. Sound engineer.
Marie-Douce St-Jacques, based in Montréal, Canada. Musician and visual artist. Co-founder/author/compositor/interpreter With Andrea-Jane Cornell at Le fruit vert.
Cobi Van Tonder, based in Berlin, Germany. Sound Artist and composer - Sonic Arts & Music. PhD in Music Composition, Trinity College, Ireland.
Frouke Wiarda, based in Brussels, Belgium. Sound artist and inventor of musical instruments.
Photos Sandra Volny, Simon Bélair, Marie-Douce St-Jacques.
Resound Kefalonia research program is presented as part of the SEA Forum 2018 at the Ionion Center for the Arts and Culture. Supported by the Ionion Center for the Arts and Culture and LOJIQ.