Now I will do nothing but listen …
I hear all sounds running together, combined,
fused or following,
Sounds of the city and sounds out of the city, sounds of the
day and night …
d14 Summer Intensive – School of Listening is a site of learning that includes listening sessions, sound walks, lectures, performances, screenings, and of course sound and music, housed in an ancient or contemporary ruin. During a ten-day program, guided by the questions: What Shifts? What Drifts? What Remains?, contributors to documenta 14 share their practices of listening in fields as diverse as architecture, composition, performance, and history. Sound pierces through the layers of time and reverberates in the present as we move through the city of Kassel. Students from Kunsthochschule Kassel, the Universität Kassel, Musikakademie Kassel, and the Athens School of Fine Arts are invited to apply!
Concept developed by:
Candice Hopkins and Clare Butcher
Pierre Bal-Blanc, Rebecca Belmore, Guillermo Galindo, Joar Nango,
Katerina Tselou, Arnisa Zeqo, and others
July 18–29, 2016
[NB: no program on weekend of 23–24 July]
As capacity is limited for the d14 Summer Intensive – School of Listening, students who wish to participate in the full ten-day program are requested to send a text, video, or audio file in response to the question:
“What does listening mean to you?”
to education[at]documenta.de by June 13, 2016.
Please include your full name, contact details, the institution at which you are studying and the department in the application.
Your admission will then be confirmed by email, together with further information about the program. Reading and other preparation material will be provided to participating students in early July.
d14 Summer Intensive – School of Listening is a documenta 14 project in collaboration with Kunsthochschule Kassel.
Menzelstr. 13–15, 34121 Kassel
Kontakt: 0561 8045368