“Let This Sound Slowly Dissipate” Video by Ralitsa Doncheva

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On 6 March 2015, eight student composers and sound artists from several Montreal universities performed their interpretation of Sandeep Bhagwati’s poem-score “Let This Sound Slowly Dissipate” in public space. This performance was the result of a three-month composition workshop with the students led by Adam Basanta since December 2014. Bhagwati’s original text-score was inspired by Andy Goldsworthy’s impermanent, site-specific environmental land art sculptures.

This public performance took place at La Cinémathèque québécoise. Video by Ralitsa Doncheva.

Chantale Laplante: Présentation du projet assi/terre, Vitrine Sonore 2015, Sporobole

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Chantale Laplante est une artiste en résidence du 18 mai et 7 juin 2015 au Centre en art actuel Sporobole, Sherbrooke, QC, pour la création d’une nouvelle oeuvre pour le dispositif de diffusion sur 16 haut-parleurs de la Vitrine Sonore.



Sneak Preview of Sandeep Bhagwati’s DHVANIVALA in Munich

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Munich, June 14, 18:30h, Black Box, Gasteig Cultural Center




A docu-fictional exploration of the life and work of a forgotten Indian pioneer of Sound Art in the 1960s.
(includes interviews with Ranjit Hoskote, Sameer Dublay and Kersi Lord).


Commissioned by Deutschlandradio Kultur – Hörspiel/Klangkunst and ADevantgarde Festival Munich, “Dhvanivala” will be broadcast on the waves of Deutschlandradio Kultur in early November and also available for streaming.