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Université d'été de la radio 2014//L'Interview Étendue//Atelier de création par Alessandro Bosetti

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l'Interview étendue//Atelier de création par Alessandro Bosetti

Extended Interviews - Workshop with Alessandro Bosetti
(english version below)


22-25 juillet (Arles)

// Contenu:
Beaucoup de pièces radio sont construites autour d’interviews où l’acte d’enregistrer l'histoire des personnes, leurs réactions et conversations, se substitue à l’écriture d’un script. Mais qu’est-ce qu’une interview audio? Comment peut-on utiliser de manière créative les voix trouvées, jouer avec des documents sonores et des citations ? Il existe de multiples façons d’approcher les gens avec un micro. Beaucoup sont connues, mais il y en a tant d’autres qui ne demandent qu’à être expérimentées. Le schéma classique de questions/réponses peut être réécrit et décliné sous différentes formes : devenir une pièce collective, un jeu, une sculpture sociale, un brainstorming, une session de divination, un paysage timide empli de magnifiques pauses silencieuses, un combat, une confession mutuelle, une thérapie, etc. Est-ce que l’interview peut se transformer en performance ? Et si au lieu de chasser les réponses avec nos questions préétablies, nous commencions à faire autre chose ensemble, probablement plus surprenante et amusante?


// Déroulé :
L’atelier sera principalement pratique, réparti de façon équitable entre inventaire d'approches différentes de l'interview, et sorties de la salle de classe pour aller expérimenter sur le terrain toutes ces approches. Un grand nombre d’exercices pratiques seront donnés à tester et les participants se verront proposer de produire une courte pièce audio qui sera présentée à la fin de l’atelier.

1 - Exercices générateurs : expérimentation avec des bases d’interviews classiques, non-classiques, réelles ou simulées, dans la classe.

2 - Travail sur le terrain : différentes approches des personnes depuis la prise de contact (au téléphone, dans la rue, dans les situations officielles) jusqu’à la réelle interview. Nous discuterons les aspects éthiques de l’appropriation des voix des personnes dans les pièces audio et les solutions techniques pour enregistrer les voix des individus et groupes.

3 - Analyse : Nous explorerons aussi plusieurs travaux radio construits autour d’interviews sans scripts et O-Tones. Nous analyserons aussi les interviews de chaque participant en évaluant les “pour et contre”.

4 - Travaux en studio : nous produirons une ou plusieurs pièces, qui seront présentée à la fin du stage. La (es) pièce(s) sera(ont) réalisée(s) sans script mais construite(s) exclusivement autour d’interviews et d’interactions en temps réel utilisés comme matériaux pour “l’écriture sonore”.


Durée : 4 jours ( 28 h)
Individuels : 200 euros (places réservées aux personnes sans prise en charge)
Formation continue : 800 euros
Financement AFDAS ou DIF possible
Effectif : 10 participants

// Avertissement

// Public :
Cet atelier s’adresse aux réalisateurs radio, journalistes radio, artistes sonores, sociologues, anthropologues et écrivains intéressés par des approches expérimentale de “l’écriture sonore”.

// Pré-requis :
Disponibilité pour l'expérimentation sonore. Notions de montage et mixage.

// Objectifs pédagogiques :
Mettre en oeuvre des dispositifs collectifs de création pour des pièces sonores ou radiophoniques. Explorer les potentialités de l'interview dans la création radiophonique.
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Alessandro Bosetti

Né à Milan, Italie en 1973, Alessandro Bosetti est un compositeur, performeur et artiste sonore installé à Berlin.
Sa démarche est proche de l'anthropologie sonore. Il intègre des dimensions sociales, comportementales et sociologiques dans son travail radiophonique, dans ses compositions pour ensemble musicaux, et dans ses performances.

Il a puisé le matériau de beaucoup de ses pièces dans des “interviews étendues”. Il a interviewé des personnes dans des langues qu’il ne parlait pas. Ou construit des histoires basées sur des révélations inattendues. Utilisé des casques audio et des jeux collectifs pour créer des histoires et des malentendus. Créé une machine pour “s’auto-interviewer” et mené des pièces radios entières en laissant les gens parler uniquement de ce qu’il leur venait à l’esprit. Il est fasciné par l’idée que n’importe quelle rencontre ou conversation peut être négociée comme une "situation construite " et s’interroge sur les différents problèmes quant à l’appropriation des voix des personnes utilisées à la radio, dans la musique ou les projets artistiques.


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Par téléphone au 06 09 64 65 39
Par email : info@phonurgia.org


Extended Interviews - Workshop with Alessandro Bosetti


Content :

Many radio pieces are built around "interviews" where the act of recording people's stories, reactions and conversations substitutes the writing of a script. But, what is an audio interview ? And how do we generate our "O-Tone", the original tones radio pieces can be made of ad that have not been written before ?
There are so much more ways to approach people with a microphone as we expect. Many have been already tried out while many others are still waiting to be experimented with.
The plain interview schema of questions and answers can be turned upside down in a number of ways, become a collective play, a game, a social sculpture, a brainstorming, a divination session, a shy landscape full of beautiful pauses, a fight, a confession booth, a therapy and so on. Can the interview be transformed into a performance process where instead of chasing answers to our pre-made questions we start doing something together, possibly more surprising and more fun?
Whatever we do when we press "rec" and start taping, we also start sculpting a situation. Even if we will eventually cut out all our interventions the situations will always carry the blueprint of our presence and ideas as reflected in the answers and reactions people will show us. No matter how genuinely motivated by the search of authenticity we are, we always change the situation by the only fact of being there asking something with a recorder at hand.
So, why not trying to construct those situations anew and try to play with the notion of what is real and what is fiction?
Sound and radio artist Alessandro Bosetti has been drawing the main materials for many of his pieces from "extended interviews". He has interviewed people in languages he can't speak, constructed narratives just out of unexpected revelations, used headphones and collective feedback games to create stories and misunderstandings, created a machine to "interview oneself" and conducted entire radio pieces by letting people talk just and only about "the first thing that come to your mind". He is fascinated by the idea that any encounter and conversation can be negotiated as a "constructed situation" and has been interrogating several issues linked to the appropriation of other people voices as part of radio, music and art projects.

Public :

The workshop is address to beginner and professional radio makers, radio journalists, sound artist, sociologists, anthropologists an writers interested in working with sound and voice recordings and willing to learn different and creative ways to to conduct an audio interview in settings spanning from a classic "question and answer" scheme up to collective and generative experimental role plays.

Pedagogical Objectives

Learning how to approach someone for an audio interview. What to ask? What not to ask? What gear works better? How can we build a situation without a script? Reflections and exercises on how to conduct a "classic" interview. Learning on how to deconstruct a classic interview. Learning how to turn the interviewee into the interviewer. Learning to build collective situations and modulated conversations. Learning to use recordings and interviews as brainstorming tools for creative, artistic and organizational processes. Generating performative interviews.

Program :

Workshop will be mainly practical, equally divided in trying out many different interview settings among each other and heading out the classroom to experiment on the field with all sort of approaches. A number of practical exercises will be given and participants will be prompted to produce a short audio piece to be presented at the end of the workshop.

- Generative exercises: experimenting with a number of classic and unusual interview settings, real and simulated, in the classroom.

- Field work: approaching approaches with people, from getting in touch with someone (on the phone, in the street, in official situations) till the actual interview. We will discuss ethical aspects of appropriating other poeple's voices for an audio piece and technical solution to record voices of individuals and groups.

- Analysis: We will also explore several radio works built around unscripted interviews and O-tones and also analyze each participant's interview's approach pro and cons. (There's no good for all approach, it's a very personal matter… )

- Audio works: we will produce one or more audio/radio works doing away using no script but just interviews and realtime interactions as materials for "sound writing".


Alessandro Bosetti (Born Milano, Italy, 1973) is a composer, performer and sound artist currently based in Berlin.
Most of his works delve on musicality of spoken language and sonorous aspects of verbal communication. He utilizes misunderstandings, translations and interviews as compositional tools.
He has been presenting pieces for voice and electronics blurring the line between electro acoustic composition, aural writing and performance in leading venues as the GRM/Presences Electroniques festival in Paris, Roulette in NYC, The Stone in NYC and Cafe OTO in London among many more all over Europe, Asia and the United States.
One of the most innovative radio artists of his generation he created a vast body of work of hybrid, award winning, text-sound and radio compositions for the main Radio and Electro Acoustic Music studios in Europe, most notably for the historical WDR’s Studio Akustische Kunst in Cologne and Deutschland Radio Kultur in Berlin.
Most recently he was awarded the Phonurgia Nova prize 2012 for his composition “636″ (RTBF 2010) and the IDAF prize 2013 for his performance “Mask Mirror” an instrument and software that reorganizes speech for musical purposes enacting an electronic ventriloquism.
Since 2009 he started exploring repetitive speech-loop forms with his ensemble Trophies with drummer Tony Buck and fretless guitarist Kenta Nagai. Trophies has released three CDs and tours regularly. Further ongoing collaborations are with pianist Chris Abrahams (The Necks), composer vocalist Jennifer Walshe and vocalists Tomomi Adachi and Amelia Cuni.
As a concert composer he has been writing for ensembles as the Kammerenseble Neue Musik and Die Maulwerker in Berlin while upcoming collaboration include a project for the Janacek Opera house in Brno and a new vocal piece for the Neue Vokalsolisten Stuttgart. Renard, a cycle of chamber pieces for guitar, clarinet and voice commissioned in 2013 by the Besançon museum of Contemporary Art has just been released as an LP by Les Presses du Reel.
Although being known in recent years mostly as a solo performer past and present collaborations include musicians as Sophie Agnel, Serge Bagdassarians, Boris Baltschun, Günter Christman, Rhodri Davies, Michel Doneda, Axel Dörner, Annette Krebs, Peter Kowald, Giuseppe Ielasi, Phil Niblock, Enrico Malatesta, Renato Rinaldi, Christian Kesten, Bhob Rainey, Hankil Ryu, Otomo Yoshihide, Ches Smith, Taku Sugimoto, Taku Unami along with writers Charles Pennequin and Kim T’ae Yong and typographers Indre Kilimaite and Annette Stahmer.
Bosetti has published more than ten CD’s under his own name on labels as Errant Bodies Press, Monotype, Rossbin and Sedimental and many others in different collaborative settings.

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