Acts of Listening / Av. Equador (up)

33°02’45.0″S 71°37’26.8″W

2 clip microphones, 2 amplifiers

The rhythmanalyst calls on all his senses. He draws on his breathing, the circulation of his blood, the beatings of his heart and the delivery of his speech as landmarks. Without privileging any one of these sensations, raised by him in the perception of rhythms, to the detriment of any other. He thinks with his body, not in the abstract, but in lived temporality.quote source: Henri Lefebvre, Rhythmanalysis – Space Time and Everyday Life,  Continuum, 1992