narraN

narraN

At NarraN we met during May and June 2020 in a collaborative process: here the roles and socializations are arranged collectively. In these weeks we have been scheming, technicalizing, languaging, fanzining and irradiating. In this laboratory we learn, ask questions and create sound content with diverse souls: community, experimental, creative, weavers of real or fictitious memories of rooms, houses, neighborhoods, sidewalks, jungles, mountains, towns, cities and any other invented world.

Wait and you will see… and you will hear! When we say goodbye, in June, we will share a technical-communicational fanzine so that our other people and groups can savor, explore and adapt this experience in other latitudes. If you follow us every week you will be able to catch sound and drawing memories of the NarraN irradiated content.

Residents:
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 Stephanie Hainaut
Journalist, aerialist, science teacher applied to art, fan of palindromic words and hearing stories where she least expects it. He has worked on cultural, educational and journalistic projects in which he uses the game as a method of gathering information.

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Raphael Vega

Electronic Engineer, Master in Music Technologies from the University of Newcastle, musician and luthier of electronic musical instruments. He is one of the creators of Outer Space Sounds, a synthesizer design workshop; interested in the whole open-source thing. He likes to work as a bridge between human and machine languages to facilitate the development of initiatives.

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Maritza Sanchez

Social communicator, journalist, feminist, student of the Master's Degree in Communication and Human Rights at the National University of La Plata. Interested in the convergence between narratives, technologies and communication formats that contribute to the reduction of inequalities and the dissemination and protection of human rights. Believe ancestor as an excuse to talk about rights on and off the internet with rural women. He develops sound content with Universidad de Antioquia, I give it because I want to and collaborates with Universo Centro. Residency participants:

Andres Areiza
Andres Macia
Camilo Andres Rojas Sarria
Yesid Castro Cardona
Cristina Maria Gallego Gallego
Daniel Garcia Bull
Daniel Giraldo Herrera
Isabella Vanegas
Lorena Zuluaga Cardona
Maria Camila Galvis
Pedro Alejandro Ospina Zapata
Sara Estefania Castro Zambrano
Sergio Ruiz Trejo

 

What will we do? 
A radio program called:
NarraN >> Sound paths crossed
Long description:
We will carry out a live radio program in which the participants of the NarraN laboratory We will share how the collaborative process was in which we plotted, technical, languaged and fanzized about the production of sound content. How to tell the stories of the territories we inhabit? How to answer the questions that cross us in the midst of this pandemic? For four weeks, different connected voices from rural and urban areas of Quibdó, Cali, Guarne, Manizales and Medellín, we came together in virtual meetings that resulted, through experimentation and trying to answer these questions, in a podcast series and in the construction of a technical-communicational manual on the production of sound content with the tools we had at home.
Short description:
We will carry out a live radio program in which the participants of the NarraN laboratory We will share how the collaborative process was that led, through experimentation, to a podcast series and the construction of a technical-communicational manual on the production of sound content with the tools we had at home.
Broadcast channel:
Program duration:
2 hours maximum
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