The workshop lasted a day and took place at Sesc Ipiranga and its surroundings. The aim of it was to capture the space by recording its sound vibrations and, from it, its specificity. The idea was to provide the listener/viewer abstractions that would create an imaginary of the plasticity and physicality of the places, constructed by the combination of sound and picture.
The project focused on restricted and surrounding areas of Sesc as a way to capture the maximum of its particularity. The resulting captures point out a particular but also multiple Sesc once the recording of it has singularities and can be interpreted in many different ways. That's what we want to reveal.