Listening to music is like any other sensory-based experience: it involves experiencing something through a personal lens of perception. Awareness of our own lenses of perception not only makes us able to have a richer experience of art, it also makes us less prone to personal bias or unconscious prejudice. But what about those experiences which actually demands that we add to them something of our own in order for us to be able to experience their magic? This blog article goes into this through the personal angel of my own family history.
Fra UNIMA´s minneutstilling i festivalen Figur i Fossekleiva 2019 Teater som overlevelseskunst «To any vision must be brought an eye adapted to what is to be seen and having some likeness to it». Eller, i fri oversettelse: «enhver visjon må møtes med et blikk som er innstilt på å oppfatte det som tilbys, det som … Continue reading Teatrets transformerende kraft – Karel Hlavatý 100 år. Minnetale
Musical jiggsaw-puzzles at Kamfest 2016 Our perception of reality is a highly individual matter: every day our mind is occupied by trying to create coherence between an unimaginable amount of fragments brought to us through our different senses. It is a bit like a game: you're given certain pieces but how you combine them is … Continue reading Where does the music end and the listenig begin?