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composers and inner thoughts about this and that --- vortex temporum is a podcast by Nuno Aroso / Limina & Diana Ferreira / Arte no Tempo | ISSN 2975-8157

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composers and inner thoughts about this and that --- vortex temporum is a podcast by Nuno Aroso / Limina & Diana Ferreira / Arte no Tempo | ISSN 2975-8157

    VT033 | Clara Maïda: artificial intelligence and artistic vigilance

    VT033 | Clara Maïda: artificial intelligence and artistic vigilance

    In this episode, French composer Clara Maïda (1963) shares "a few thoughts about some aspects of AI and about the conception of the Human psyche that lies in the background of this technology. Starting with a reflection on algorithmic systems and the excessive decision power given to AI, the podcast seems to have finally turned into a kind of manifesto for the psychic unconscious, the world of affects, sensations, imagination and artistic practice, all these ways of apprehending the world tha...

    • 18 min
    VT032 | Agata Zubel: emotionality of abstract language

    VT032 | Agata Zubel: emotionality of abstract language

    Polish composer and singer Agata Zubel (Wrocław, 1978) is the voice of Vortex Temporum's 32th episode. She deals intimately with vocal sounds, both as singer and as a master composer of vocal music: reflecting on language, meaning and emotionality is a natural extension of her work. Have a listen and find out the world of this composer/performer!vortextemporum.com

    • 10 min
    VT031 | Anna Murray: lines and gestures

    VT031 | Anna Murray: lines and gestures

    In Vortex Temporum's 31st episode, Tokyo based Irish composer Anna Murray (1987) shares some thoughts on music and the influence of Japanese culture in her work.credits:Rndr 12 (Paths) | Anna Murray > electronics // Azuma-asobi (versions 1&2) | Anna Murray > piano // LIT | Michelle O'Rourke > voice // Both Beaming and Beckoning | Alex Koi > voice; Michelle Hromin and Zachary Good > clarinet; Andres Guerra > guitar; Noelia Cruz > violinvortextemporum.com

    • 12 min
    VT030 | Sofia Avramidou: what do I want to hear?

    VT030 | Sofia Avramidou: what do I want to hear?

    Sofia Avramidou (1988) reflects on both the creative process and her roots as a Greek musician. credits:What can that be but my apple-tree? [2023], for string quartet | 2e2m string quartet // Géranomachie [2021], for large ensemble and electronics | Ensemble Intercontemporain // A hug to die [2023], for ensemble | Ensemble Intercontemporainvortextemporum.com

    • 8 min
    VT029 | Manuel Rodríguez-Valenzuela: the treasured slow learning

    VT029 | Manuel Rodríguez-Valenzuela: the treasured slow learning

    Instead of letting us listen to his own music, Spanish composer Manuel Rodríguez-Valenzuela (Valencia, 1980) prefers to show us the music he grew up with, which is part of his most intimate story. While trying to recognise Manuel's multiple references, we can not avoid the nostalgia of a lost world where Time was much slower.Have a listen and share with us the most important works you discovered in your own journey.vortextemporum.com

    • 13 min
    VT028 | Lorenzo Troiani: the distance between us

    VT028 | Lorenzo Troiani: the distance between us

    The 28th episode of Vortex Temporum podcast brings us Vienna based Italian composer Lorenzo Troiani (1989) with some thoughts about perception and attentiveness. credits: Dalla voce. Instabile [2012] for contrabass | Florentin Ginot > double bassvortextemporum.com

    • 13 min

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