Throughout Rewire’s festival days, Brandon LaBelle will host a series of gatherings at Page Not Found, with each session talking through an aspect of resonance. The three seminars will discuss how resonance operates in experiences of cooperation and communal effort, as well as its place within expressions of social recognition. By gathering and reflecting together, the seminars aim to nurture a performative scene of resonant creation.
Brandon LaBelle is an artist, writer and theorist living in Berlin. His work focuses on questions of agency, community, pirate culture, and poetics, which results in a range of collaborative and para-institutional initiatives, including: The Listening Biennial and Academy (2021-), Communities in Movement (2019-), The Living School (with South London Gallery, 2014-16), Oficina de Autonomia (2017), The Imaginary Republic (2014-19), Dirty Ear Forum (2013-), Surface Tension (2003-2008), and Beyond Music Sound Festival (1998-2002). In 1995 he founded Errant Bodies Press, an independent publishing project supporting work in sound art and studies, performance and poetics, artistic research and contemporary political thought. His publications include: The Other Citizen (2020), Sonic Agency (2018), Lexicon of the Mouth (2014), Acoustic Territories (2010, 2019), and Background Noise (2006, 2015). His latest book, Acoustic Justice (2021), argues for an acoustic model by which to engage questions of social equality.
All Rewire events at Page Not Found are free and open to the public. No festival ticket is needed to attend.