“NOISE: BORDERS AND THEIR SOCIAL RESONANCES”

Deals with the socio-territorial relationship of bodies in their action of migrating, the recorded emotions in and over the territory. It tries to concentrate environmental registers, life stories and collected interviews as identity dissonance reflected in collective emotions both in themselves and others. So, the border – real, social, symbolic – defines the “us and others” through “segregation“ with sound elements that determine unique social resonances. Along the borders there is a tension between host nations and immigrants. The contradiction between the displacement and hosting allows exploring the sound of the body –as individual experience-, the emotions as marks on the landscape and the space-time resonance converted into sound of a self-representation and social representation. The sound is analyzed as a production of human experience, as a result of its interaction with nation in the construction of habitat and society. In institutionalized border areas, noise is a symbol of distinction, a geographical boundary and a shock to society.Just, aims to explore the experience of immigration over borders through sound. There will be some fieldworks (interviews, recordings and experiences) denoting geographical, social and cultural boundaries represented in places that separate individuals from groups of people, showing a soundscape of mobility. By analyzing and discussing the sound recordings the migration process, shocks and cultural transformations in expressive harmony processes can be described, resonance and noise recorded along the borders as an amalgam of real sounds so noise illustrates a “sonic formless border” a ”disturbing echo without indicating a specific identity location.


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