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Sergio Sánchez is a Sound artist dedicated since 2005 to the investigation of sound in social environments and its treatment as a primary documentary source for preservation and historical study. Diploma in sound and audiovisual heritage from the ILCE (Latin American Institute of the Educational Community). He presides over the Intonarumori Association, dedicated to the dissemination of sound art and experimental music in the Region of Murcia, publishing through the Edictoralia editorial the first Spanish edition of the essential "Deep Listening" by Pauline Oliveros. He manages the experimental music record label República Ibérica Ruidista and the Sonar Históricamente phonographic project. He has presented his sound work at La Casa Encendida, Sound-In at the Estampa Festival, the Andalusian Center for Contemporary Art (CAAC in Seville), the Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires, La Casa Pintada de Mula, Clasijazz (Morada Sónica Cycle) , and the Reina Sofía Museum.
He has published music on numerous national and international labels with different heteronyms: Jazznoize, Red Kite, Mary X, Mao Sound System, Infraloop.
At the end of 2020 he will participate with a communication in the XXVI Conference of Cultural Heritage of the Region of Murcia. He has also collaborated in international projects for the dissemination of attentive listening and phonography, such as the World Listening Day and the Mexican Listening Office. He has published articles in the digital magazines Sul Ponticello and Canino.
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NEXT PROJECT 2020
Reina Sofia Museum
Audiosphere proposes to cover a historical and cultural gap in terms of the recognition, exhibition and analysis of an essential part of the recent changes that have taken place in the artistic conception of sound creation.
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In this curated exhibition, by none other than Francisco López, an excerpt from one of my pieces (Synthetic work), published by the label Pan y Rosas Discos (Chicago), will appear.
Since 2005, his projects meander around experimental music, from electroacoustic to noise, transforming the acoustic environment that surrounds us all. His work is mainly based on capturing sound realities walking towards a complete conception of concrete music directly related to its historical time period. He considers himself an Iberian noise-maker, and has recorded for about twenty netlabels and independent labels in Europe and America.
Radio: Ars Sonora, Vía Límite; Radio 3: Sismógrafo, Fluido Rosa, Atmósfera.
They will understand us through sounds.
Sonic project directed by Sergio Sánchez that aims to record the present history through field recordings. By preserving the sound of our times, by means of sound records that capture concrete realities, subsequent generations will be able to get to know each other better by understanding their own past.
REPUBLICA IBERA RUIDISTA (RIR)
is a new sound archive that aims to represent the sound concerns of artists from the peninsula and Latin America. Aesthetics is not decisive for publishing and disseminating sonic works, but rather their political character. Contributors range from noise, field recordings, electroacoustics, social phonography, power electronics, sound poetry, and improvisation.
DEEP LISTENING. PAULINE OLIVEROS
EdictOràlia Música 2019
Deep Listening is a practice created by the composer Pauline Oliveros with the aim of improving her own listening skills and sharing them with other composers, performers and the general public. Spread by its creator in workshops around the world and especially at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (New York) and Mills College (Oakland, California), these activities are accessible to anyone interested in listening.
Finally, her work is translated for the first time for the Spanish-speaking public by Francisco Campillo García.