Ears Have Eyes – Episode April 12, 2023

Program: Ears Have Eyes

Length: 61 minutes

SLOW REVEAL: hidden beneath the Winter sheath, released by thaw of Spring

The work on this month’s program arrive as an emergence - shaking off the cold and rust and loneliness of Wintertime, and flowering outwards into the sun. As we here in Calgary/Mohkinstsis emerge from a cold winter into the uncertain thaw of Spring, we share the residual creative output of that long, dark time. Today's compositions respond to the sprouting of nature after the winter subsides, the slow portrait of a person through documentary storytelling, the revealing of a place through field recordings, the unfolding of feelings through music…. each piece reveals something about emerging into a new awareness, environment, or context - as if melting through the snow.

Andrew Davidson
Audrey Lane Cockett
Cristian Estrella
Eryk Salvaggio
Masha Kashyna
Phantom Orchid (Kira Sawatsky)
Simon Le Boggit
Sylvi macCormac
Tibor Donath

Today’s program is part of The Hibernation Project, a multidisciplinary art series we organize every winter, starting as a domestic intervention in our house and yard and expanding outwards onto tobogganing hills, digital media platforms, public parks, and radiowaves near you.

To learn more about the artists or to submit your own sound art to EARS HAVE EYES, visit www.hibernationproject.ca/ears-have-eyes/ or email [email protected]