Kunsthistorisches Institut Fotothek
subtitles: italian, english
The sci-fi audio fiction Life Chronicles of Dorothea Ïesj S.P.U. follows scholar Dorothea’s journey, tracing her quest to recover (and illegally deal) sounds from the past. Drawing on the realm of sound archaeology and archaeoacoustic theories, the work narrates an imaginary future in which any sound can be extracted from objects and matter. The audio novel investigates the links between data capitalism, technology and value creation.
Chronicles is part of the ongoing multidisciplinary project All Signs Point To Rome, Diane focusing on self-recording, self-monitoring and audio mediumism.
ALMARE is an artistic-curatorial collective predominantly dedicated to practices and research using sound as means of expression. In particular, ALMARE investigates the notion of listening and how it affects social and political dynamics. ALMARE works in writing, publishing, collective research and sound and music production.