Sunday, May 1
Muséu del Pueblu d’Asturies
Under the pseudonym of Okkre, Asturian producer Uge Pañeda presents Noisea at Muséu del Pueblu d’Asturies, a work inspired by the therapeutic effect that noise frequencies generated by urban beaches have on the inhabitants of those cities. A piece articulated through field recordings and multiple layers of noise and sound modulations, that will immerse the public in those seas.
Uge Pañeda is a musician and a psychologist, two professional careers that have turned her relationship with sound into a constant exploration of human perception. How this stimulus can alter our states of mind and consciousness is one of the main reflections that arises in her work.
Her work has always been strongly marked by the search and creation of sound experiences that appeal to our emotional memory, that play with it or confuse it, to bring us closer to our own idiosyncrasies. An intention that is becoming more and more evident in her latest live shows, in which the artist invites the audience to enjoy a session of “deep listening”, in an exercise of austerity that confronts the excessive visual information to which we are exposed to on a daily basis.