swissnex San Francisco and the Consulate General of Switzerland in San Francisco invite the public to attend an original music performance and to push open new doors of perception.
To close the two-day forum, “Feel the Music: Sound and Emotion,” co-organized by swissnex San Francisco and the Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, sound artist Jorge Bachmann presents his recent creation, in which sound waves and rhythm trigger emotion in listeners.
According to Bachmann, “It is a soundscape where the audience gets immersed into sound, where unconscious resurfaces into new sensorial experiences. The samples come from different sources, mostly field recordings of nature and urban places.They are sometimes natural, sometimes processed in order to create a new sonic narrative.”
Session 1: Emotion in Music and the Singing Voice May 16 at 8:30 pm
Session 2: Music: The Conjunction of Art and Science May 16 at 2:00 pm
Session 3: Emerging Technologies in Music Research May 17 at 8:30 pm
Session 4: Film, Emotion, and Neuroscience May 17 at 1:15 pm
Voice and Strings: Conversations in Music May 16 at 7:00 pm
Feel the Music: NightLife May 9 at 6:00 pm
Snowsteps and Steffen Schmidt at ArtpadSF May 18 7:30 pm
6:30 pm doors open
7:00 pm performance begins
8:30 pm reception and networking
9:30 pm doors close
Jorge Bachmann, aka ruidobello, is a photo-based, multimedia and sound artist. He has collected field recordings exploring the strange, unique, and microcosmic sounds of everyday life. He creates sound atmospheres meant for deep listening and often composed in symbiosis with sculptural installations exploring social and sensual constructs and experiences.
As ruidobello, Bachmann has exhibited and performed in North America, Europe, Japan, and South America – including appearances at the San Francisco Electronic Music Festival and projects with the MoBu Dance Group. He has also been the Technical Director and Resident Artist of San Francisco’s Soundwave Festival since 2005.
Photo: Myleen Hollero