Deep Listening: The Story Of Pauline Oliveros

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Multiple dates through Mar 22, 7:30 pm
Grand Illusion University District (Seattle)
This is an in-person event
$5 - $11
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If you're not familiar with the pioneering work of post-war composer, philosopher, and electronic musician Pauline Oliveros, now's the time to learn about it. When Oliveros died in 2016, her "sonic meditations," created during the politically tumultuous late '60s, still felt prescient, even futuristic. Hundreds flocked to social media to share excerpts of her work. (“Take a walk at night. Walk so silently that the bottoms of your feet become ears.”) Oliveros was an innovator in every sense, creating everything from musical tools and software to the "deep listening" aesthetic for which she would become best known. Dip your toes into her experimental world with Deep Listening: The Story Of Pauline Oliveros and pregame with this TEDx talk, recorded only a year before her death.

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Grand Illusion

1403 NE 50th St Seattle, WA 98105 Venue website

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