Sound / Word residency showcase at Syros Institute


Σύλλογος Νέων Αγίου Αλοισίου, Παλαιά Μονή Ιησουιτών,

Άνω Σύρος



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Presentation / discussion of ongoing and completed soundworks, installations and texts carried out during this year’s Sound / Word Residency.

Παρουσίαση / συζήτηση ολοκληρωμένων και εν εξελίξει ηχητικών έργων, εγκαταστάσεων και κειμένων που υλοποιήθηκαν κατα τη διάρκεια του φετινού Sound / Word Residency.

Featuring work by / Με έργα των:
Sofia Canales, Joshua Carro, Jordan Dykstra, Chrysanthe Tan, Marta Tiesenga, Παναγιώτης Κανελλόπουλος, Βασίλης Κουτσογιάννης, Εύα Ματσίγκου, Αναστασία Πέκη, Δάφνη Τραγάκη

perversion |pərˈvərZHən| noun 1 the alteration of something from its original course, meaning, or state to a distortion or corruption of what was first intended: all great evil is the perversion of a good | a scandalous perversion of the law. 2 sexual behavior or desire that is considered abnormal or unacceptable. ORIGIN late Middle English: from Latin perversio(n-), from the verb pervertere ‘turn around’ (see pervert) . perverter noun ORIGIN late Middle English (as a verb): from Old French pervertir, from Latin pervertere, from per- ‘thoroughly, to ill effect’ + vertere ‘to turn.’ The current noun sense dates from the late 19th cent. turn around move so as to face in the opposite direction: Alice turned around and walked down the corridor.