Changing One’s Mind Georgios Varoutsos, Matheos Zaharopoulos

Changing One’s Mind by Georgios Varoutsos and Matheos Zaharopoulos is an attempt to sonically portray the effects of psychosis. The intent of our auditory exploration is to immerse the listener in two different physical acoustical spaces in which provokes deception and unfamiliarity. This is guided by themes of duality and space which challenges by fracturing a person’s sense of reality. With homage to Karlheinz Stockhausen’s directional sound in performance, the use of outdoor field and indoor multichannel recordings are to evoke a sense of a surreal experience. Throughout the construction of the project, both artists continuously exposed different forms of intervention which tied to its creation. This piece bridges human consciousness and sound art in order to bring attention to societal awareness and mental health.

Source: 2018

  • Year of composition: 2018
  • Genre: Electroacoustics
  • Format: Fixed media
  • Hardware used: 5.1 microphone recording array and 2 speakers
  • Software used: Pro Tools
  • Duration of the submitted work: 8:54

Linked project

  • Addorisio, Bergeron, Boudreau, Famiilirani, Feliz, Fillion, Fresnais, Ghafouri, Horrigan, Isherwood…
    28 tracks

More works by Georgios Varoutsos, Matheos Zaharopoulos