Soundscapes of Trauma: Exhibition

Manos Saklas, Vertigo Devices

Organized in the context of my Marie Skłodowska Curie Individual Fellowship (acronym MUSDEWAR), the exhibition was in dialogue with the international conference Soundscapes of Trauma: Music, Violence, Therapy that took place in Athens from 23 to 25 May 2019. It featured new works by five artists – students of the Athens School of Fine Arts – exploring the conference’s themes. On Thursday 23 May, as the first day of the conference came to an end, there was a performance by Nektarios Pappas at his Pandemonium at Athens Conservatoire.

Athens Conservatoire
> Kletia Kokalari, Music for a very very very small room (2019)
> Nektarios Pappas, Pandemonium (2019)
> Argiris Rallias, Sound-Map (2019)
> Manos Saklas, Vertigo Devices (2019)

National Hellenic Research Foundation
> Elena Barmpa, Ear Myth (2019)

Below you can access the exhibition’s fold-up publication, which includes the exhibition map, artists’ biographies and description of works.

Nektarios Pappas, Pandemonium
Kleitia Kokalari, Music for a very very very
small room
Argiris Rallias, Sound-Map
Elena Barmpa, Ear Myth
Manos Saklas, Vertigo Devices & Nektarios Pappas, Pandemonium

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