In this talk, Namy will discuss some of his recent artistic projects, works, and installations, and will share his experience throughout the development and production sides. Namy will delve into the technical and artistic aspects of sound as the main medium reflecting the conceptual background of these projects, experiments, and installations.
The talk is in English.
Joe Namy is an artist, composer, and educator often working collaboratively through the intersections of sound, video, performance, and sculpture. Their projects often focus on the politics of music and organized sound, such as the pageantry and power of opera, the noise laws and gender dynamics of bass, the colors and tones of militarization, the migration patterns of instruments and songs, and the complexities of translation in all this - from language to language, from score to sound, from drum to dance. Joe holds a monthly DJ residency Rhythm x Rhythm on Radio Alhara, is a Sundance/Time Studios Kendeda fellow, and a PhD researcher at the Ruskin School of Art at the University of Oxford.