Disjunct Conversations 2016
Disjunct conversations are a practice to find out the productivity of the misunderstanding by creating gaps in the continuity of understanding that a conversation conventionally implies. It converses by correlating without a predetermined need for logic. It is the collective practice of a polylogue in a shared semantic field, trying to process and recognize patterns before identifying with the words one speaks or hears. Through this practice I want to find the ‘other meaning’ of the conversation and redefine an understanding as a disbalance between hearing and speaking.
Disjunct Conversations is a practice in thinking together through a strategic score in order to create an embodied, discontinuous and thus artificial conversation. The workshops and presentations took place in P.A.R.T.S. and on MaerzMuzik Berlin, 2016.