a journey about sounds, and ecology
2016 may to july: ~doyoulisten?
~do you listen? am I aware? am I present?
am I able to listen to my environment? the silence..
do I listen when you talk to me?
if there was not an empty space (silence) nothing could be heard.
white as the symbol of peace. inner, and environmental peace…
in these times of the enormous information noise,
in these times of environmental and humanitarian turbulence lets remember:
we are the white that contains all the colours, we are the ocean not the waves
2009-2015: Design for sustainability, an ecological approach
2013 Athens: Open Space, day workshop about the role of education in designing sustainable systems.
2013 Athens: World cafe, day workshop about systems thinking, a holistic approach on living organisms.
2013 Pelion: Building sustainable communities a week workshop based on the four pillars of sustainability (ecological, economic, social and worldview). Supported by Gaia Education
2012 York: Beyond Sustainability, the importance of human relations and moral values in life.
2004 Athens: Sound installation at Athen’s School of fine arts cafe in Plaka blending field recordings with binaural beats in a multi speaker set up using Audiomulch. Thanks Jim Peters for his information about binaural beats and his software Sbagen and Karoly Szoke for his support. From Sbagen web site “The theory behind binaural beats is that if you apply slightly different frequency sine waves to each ear, a beating affect is created in the brain itself, due to the brain’s internal wiring. If, in the presence of these tones, you relax and let your mind go, your mind will naturally synchronize with the beat frequency. In this way it is possible to tune the frequency of your brain waves to particular frequencies that you have selected, using of the four bands: Delta: deep sleep, Theta: dreaming and intuitive stuff, Alpha: awake, focussed inside, and Beta: awake, focussed outside.”
2003 Athens: Athens School of fine arts: “Green Frog” sound installation.
2001 Ghent: Ghent School of fine arts “An ode to Dada” concert.