Enrique Schadenberg

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Iberorquestas

Se trabajó con la Orquesta Típica de Río Grande, compuesta por 10 integrantes.

El objetivo principal del residente era hacer una composición nueva, libre de derechos para la banda, ensayarla y lograr montarla al final del taller. Además, el residente propuso generar dentro de las sesiones de taller nuevos o distintos acercamientos a la música para que los participantes pudieran aprender otras formas de expresión musical. Se le invitó a jugar con su instrumento, sacarle nuevos sonidos y a animarse a improvisar y construir nuevas estructuras musicales. Una de las sesiones se realizó dentro de Casa Wabi, donde los participantes fueron vendados de los ojos para que tomaran el recorrido de la casa, haciendo paradas en puntos estratégicos donde la acústica juega un papel importante y así poder describir con signos gráficos los sonidos que se les puso a escuchar, esos símbolos fueron utilizados en la partitura de la composición del residente para mostrarles cómo pueden crear una nueva notación musical a partir de nuevos sonidos.

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We worked with different allies of the foundation and with members of the projects of the other residents who shared the house with Ivan and Courtney. It was a single session at Casa Wabi, with 36 members. 

The main idea of the project was to perform two performances with people from the different communities with which the foundation works and who are allies or participants of the community projects that were carried out in June 2018. The fisherwomen from the Zapotalito, to professors and students of different schools of Rio Grande, del Venado 

and Agua Zarca who participated in the community workshops of the residents; Andrea Bores, Vanderlei Lopes, Diego Muhr and Mauricio Rico, as well as staff of Casa Wabi and of the community projects. The two performances carried out revolved around establishing social relationships within limited environments and at specific times and seeing how behaviors, conversations and moods change under different circumstances. The first performance was made within a wooden structure that limited the movement of the participants, forcing them to live with those around them, while other attendees played musical instruments to fill the designated time of socialization with music.

The second performance was held at the main table of the house where a dinner was served with the residents and participants but with the limitation of not being able to move from the assigned place or to leave the table. All the places and roles that each member played were randomly designated.
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