Workshops and Seminars
The C.G. Jung Foundation presents
Saturday, April 5, 2014
C.G. Jung listened attentively to voices that spoke from the unconscious, and employed visual art to express his psychic experiences after periods of deep-silence. Curiously, he did not engage the potential in music to enhance his analytic theory. This workshop aims to offer music and sound a more significant place in the world of Jung's psychology.
Jungian themes will be examined in relation to live performances of music by Adam Rudolph based on his recordings Sonic Mandala, Both/And, and Dream Garden. Aural images realized by sound artist Johannes S. Sistermanns will guide interactive listening exercises and sound-creations where the audience becomes a living musical instrument. Workshop participants will also be invited to recount dreams and the Orchestra will create sonic images based on them.
Saturday, April 5, 2014, 10:00 am–4:00 p.m.
Workshop Fee: General Public $70, Jung Foundation Members $55
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