Hugo Vasco Reis | I Am (K)not

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I Am (K)not

by Hugo Vasco Reis

"I am (k) not" is a cycle of six works of acousmatic music, which result from the interdisciplinary cross between the composer Hugo Vasco Reis and the scenic artist Ana Jordão.
Genre: Avant Garde: Electro-Acoustic
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1. Moment(O) Zero
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2. A Cor do Pensamento
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3. Súbita Escuridão
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4. Pulsação Infinita
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5. Eco de Cristal
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6. Sons Umbilicais
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“I am (k)not” é um ciclo seis peças de música acusmática, resultado do cruzamento interdisciplinar entre o compositor Hugo Vasco Reis e a artista cénica Ana Jordão. O processo criativo desenvolve-se através da relação entre a expressividade, o gesto e o movimento. Entre o ritmo do corpo e a memória, de forma a encontrar interiormente, novos caminhos de escuta e perceção, num diálogo que oscila entre o sonho e a realidade. Durante o discurso de cada peça estão intrínsecos conceitos relativos ao processo criativo do compositor, encontrando-se gestos, focos, motivos e timbres, que criam em cada ciclo um discurso de ordem e desordem.

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"I am (k) not" is a cycle of six works of acousmatic music, which result from the interdisciplinary cross between the composer Hugo Vasco Reis and the scenic artist Ana Jordão. The creative process develops through the relation between expressiveness, gesture and movement. Between the rhythm of the body and the memory, in order to find inwardly, new paths of listening and perception, in a dialogue that oscillates between dream and reality. During the discourse of each works one can find concepts relative to the composer’s creative process, finding gestures, focuses, motifs and timbres, which create in each cycle a discourse of order and disorder.

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