The tracks selected for this stop are:


Birds in Mexico
Jeanne Debarsy
Length: 120 seconds

Jeanne Debarsy graduated in sound engineering at the Institut des Arts de Diffusion in 2007. She collaborates with numerous artists both for cinema, radio and music productions. In 2011 she directed her first radio documentary, Ino Vaovao Mada to continue with Los Santos and Terre Noire. In 2017 she produced her first radio drama La première fois que je suis devenu foule, a binaural work which was selected for the Prix Europa, the Prix Phonurgia Nova and La semaine du son in Brussels. In 2018 she was awarded the SCAM-SACD Award for the BELGIAN RADIO. Birds in Mexico is a soundscape.


Paranoia in the Bush
Alexis Weaver
Length: 60 seconds
Selected among the pieces of the 60 sec radio international competition, 2019. 

Paranoia is comprised of field recordings made at Bundanon, an artistic residence set deep in the bushland on Australia’s south coast. The work and its title reflects a common sensation for novice solo bushwalkers; the sometimes comforting, sometimes chilling sensation of believing that you’re not quite alone out there. Rather than portraying the sounds of the wild as they really are, the piece portrays the dichotomy between what is actually heard and the fantastical sounds that the walker imagines. Paranoia features sharp cuts between real and imagined sounds, frenetic pacing, and occasional moments of tranquil beauty.



Musica para el viaje
Alejando Cornejo Montibeller
Length: 60 seconds
Selected among the pieces of the 60 sec radio international competition, 2019. 


This piece is a recording captured on the Day of the Dead in the Virgen de Lourdes cemetery, one of the largest in Latin America, a place where all the cultures present in Peru can be found. Families and friends bring their favorite music to please the dead and each region of Peru is represented by its own musical style.  The saxophne is typical form the Sierra de Junín region and its emotional charge is the perfect companion for the travel towards one’s final destination, the last frontier and - according to the Andean cosmogonie - towards the place we come from.


Musica para el viaje stood out in our ears. In few seconds Alejando Cornejo Montibellier tackles the idea of frontiers in a delightful way, pointing out, through the overlapping of different songs, the porous no-border dimension of sound. It is in sound that diverse geo-cultural backgrounds come together and coexist. 
It is a piece that does not ask the listener to understand the language to be drown into a sonic voyage towards "the place we come form" - according to the Andean tradition.



Anaïs Nisimov
Length: 103 seconds


Anaïs Nisimov is a French artist.
Hydrophage is a fictional sound that brings the listener in a hybrid place around water; it was created by superposition of different sound landscapes.



Liminal Soundwalk
Phoebe riley Law
Length: 120 seconds


Liminal Soundwalk in composed out of recordings of a soundwalk through Lillehammer, Norway in winter, processed to remove all ‘noise’ so that only tonal elements remain and are amplified.
Phoebe riley Law is a sound artist currently based in Newcastle and Hull (UK). Her work often explores the documentation and transformation of materials including sound, text, film and reformatted objects; her practice tends towards reframing and dismantling narrative, subverting perceived normalities alongside the construction of personal or social behaviours and the inherent patterns of experience.



Outcome 3
Katatonic Silentio
Length: 120 seconds

Katatonic Silentio is a sonic sculptor, sound designer, independent researcher in sonic and performing arts, new technologies, gender and body studies. The musical and cultural expressions she taps into, are sound art, art-ivism, cyberfeminism and queer culture.



Viridiano 7
Andrea Piccinni 
Length: 119 seconds

Viridiano features real and imaginary soundscapes, it is a journey from Tuscany to Poland, an imaginary one that takes place in reality, in the mind of those who know how to listen, and without haste, knows how to wait.



Abo Carcassi
Length: 103 seconds

Daniele Carcassi, a.k.a Abo Carcassi is a composer, improviser and dj based in Florence and Bologna. His work is influenced by the electroacoustic approach and is mainly based on the dialogue and contrast between electronic textures, sound landscapes and music. AN is part of a three-part composition where both the sound landscapes and the electronic sections slowly disappear, leaving the perception, time to expand.



DAM 003
User from PT
Length: 140 seconds

DAM 003 is a track composed by treated loops taken from a thematic arrangement (OPM) by Makoto Miyazaki = 宮崎誠.
User fom PT is a creative worker, sound creator, tracks selector and Conservatory student.

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