#603: 2017.06.18 [semi/silent]

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this edition of framework:afield has been produced in bucharest, romania by the participants in framework‘s ephemeral listening workshop, organised by semi/silent this past january. for more information on semi/silent and their work, see http://semisilent.ro.

producers’ notes:

SEMI / SILENT Recordists in Winter

SEMI / SILENT is a platform for radio art, creative audio documentaries and field recording created in 2016 by Anamaria Pravicencu and Octav Avramescu for the promotion of sound work in Romania.

In the frame of SEMI / SILENT, in January 2017, a group of 12 sound artists, musiciens, performers, sound engineers, film makers and journalists participated in a two days workshop with Patrick Tubin McGinley and created a number of non verbal narratives with sounds from Bucharest.


[time / artist / track]

01:20 Mara Mărăcinescu, Maria Balabaș / Framework Radio intro
04:59 Delia Puștea, Dorin Moldoveanu, Mara Mărăcinescu / memory melody malady
13:47 Octav Avramescu / door alarm train winter
16:41 Carmen Coțofană / indoor slow motion
21:34 Octavian Coman / patience
23:48 Maria Balabaș, Cristian Vieriu / active remembrance
31:23 Anamaria Pravicencu / domestic sounds/familiar gestures
39:00 Andrei Tănăsescu / canary dream
40:35 Dan Michiu Dinescu / public transport clutter and sound bugs
48:15 murmer / Art’s Birthday, recorded at National Romanian Radio Broadcasting Corporation

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