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About Escuta.org

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Simone Reis, O Espelho (2012). Photo: Mila Petrillo Simone Reis, O Espelho (2012). Photo: Mila Petrillo

Escuta.org brings together projects of sound art and performance by Simone Reis and Iain Mott, along with other collaborating artists and technicians including Marc Raszewski, Jim Sosnin, Nelson Maravalhas, students from the department of Artes Cênicas of the University of Brasília (UnB), among others.

To view the individual projects, please see the projects menu above. Projects are divided into five goups: 1) works of sound and/or theatrical installation art by Mott, Reis and others 2) Performance by Simone Reis 3) sound art and music composition by Iain Mott 4) research projects by Iain Mott 5) Teaching projects Reis and Mott at the Unversity of Brasília.

We hope you enjoy Escuta.org!

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  • Comment Link pedro bericat Wednesday, 02 December 2015 20:27 posted by pedro bericat

    1 minute autohypnosis Project
    Send us a minute of sound in any system by mail or e-mail.

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