TIDF Taiwan International Documentary Film Festival

Follow the sound engineer's footsteps and hear the world's appearance: "Movie Ears: Recording Sounds/Sound Records"

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All these sounds may be extremely everyday, and there are stories of their own in the narrative of high and low audio. But some of the sounds are very far away, like the distance that can't be reached. Co-sponsored by the TIDF Taiwan International Documentary Film Festival and the Cube Project Space, the exhibition by the French sound artist Yannick Dauby, "The Film Ear: Recording Sound/Sound Record", with field recording as the endpoint, connecting sensory experience, ecological environment Interview records and sound art. "Movie Ears: Recording Sounds/Sound Recordings" Part of the exhibition: listening rooms. "Movie Ears: Recording Sounds/Sound Recordings" Part of the exhibition: listening rooms. Hearing is a sensory experience that cannot escape. Without other perceptions, we can consciously choose whether to accept it. The fluctuation of sound will reach the eardrum with the medium such as air. Like sleeping, the sound of mosquitoes flying quickly and fluttering wings is like a problem without solution. In David Toop's "Lost Shadows: in Defence of the Soul," mosquitoes were not absent from the soundtrack's visit to the Samantha ritual of the Yanomami people in the Amazon. From the sound engineer's center, relying on the sound of the distance and source of sound, depicting the deep forest appearance he visited, but also adding a little mystery to the magical sound quality of the wizard. At the same time as the sound leads the journey, the recorder's written records exude a subtle outline of the way they move, the warnings and intentions of the Yanomami people to outsiders, the conduct of the wizard's Saman ritual, and the face of the sound engineer being bitten by a large number of mosquitoes. . David. David Toop, Lost Shadows: In Defence of the Soul, 1978. David. David Toop, Part of the Lost Shadows: In Defence of the Soul, 1978. David. David Toop, Lost Shadows: In Defence of the Soul, 1978. David. David Toop, Part of the Lost Shadows: In Defence of the Soul, 1978. The "Dadong Islands" of Iwata River and Yan Yuying's Iwata are much more tame than the life of the Amazon. The owls in the woods are called regularly, and the bats are weak and sharp but there are heavy waves in the typhoon season. There are also unsatisfactory rains in the sound recordings. Local farmers who grow sugar cane will listen carefully to the sound of rain hitting the roof, because the rainfall is closely related to the harvest of sugar cane. "Movie Ear: Recording Sound/Sound Record" part of the exhibition. "Movie Ear: Recording Sound/Sound Record" part of the exhibition. And when we returned to the voice of Taipei, it was a local narrative mixed with ethnography, but it seemed to be a ridiculous city corner with memories. "Sewing the Pirates Tour: The Sound of Rice Bran" is...