Every First Monday of the Month at 18h CET.
Open to all.
Meetings between people who don't use words to connect. Conversational with the voice as the starting point, but not necessary the only way to communicate.

Each session will start with a short introduction, where the "rules" of the session are set by all who participate. (visio)

Normally the session are in between 15 min. and one hour long. (sound ony)

Not performative but a research.
No audience only participants.

Archives: Sound recordings, a screencapture now and then.
01/08/22 18h CET only high pitched + words unknown to us. 10 min intro (visio) + 25 min ututut (sound only)
Recording extrait utut3 with Daniel, Nerina, Constança, Annie

06/06/22 18h CET intro + setting of rules/constraints 5 min. (visio) + practice 20 min. (sound only). - include more silence.
Recording utut2 with Annie Abrahams, Daniel Pinheiro, Ienke Kastelein

02/05/22 18h intro 5 min. (visio)
Practice +/- 20 min. (sound only)
Let's try to go without rules this first time.
recording ututut1 with Annie Abrahams, Karla Ptacek, Ienke Kastelein
More info on Utterings from https://utterings.hotglue.me
A link to the practice venue will be available one hour before it starts.
Take care to be on time for the practice. There will be a waiting room and entrance will be closed after 5 min.
Inspiration: Former Utterings performances and workshop + Zaum
Kruchenykh et Klebnikov originated Zaum, a language defying translation. Intriguingly the two had very different, even opposing, goals:
Kruchenykh stated that when creating Zaum, he decided to forgo grammar and syntax rules. He wanted to convey the disorder of life by introducing disorder into the language. <=> Chhlebnikov believed that the purpose of Zaum was to find the essential meaning of word roots in consonantal sounds. He believed such knowledge could help create a new universal language based on reason.
Info: Search https://www.ubu.com/ for zaum!
euhh azh ha oooh brhouk traol dtikjo eh grrrijk tjong
drod iiiiiii ia
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"some essential models of transmental language were proposed: in the first place ecstatic gIossolalia: Emotion cannot be compressed into coagulated words, concepts: the torments of the word are a gnosiological solitude. Hence the tension towards a transmental language, it is to this way of expressing himself that man has recourse in the most solemn moments."
Aleksej Krucenych, 1922 in "Zaumniki",
silence is beautiful
the practice
The Voynich manuscript is an illustrated codex hand-written in an otherwise unknown writing system, referred to as 'Voynichese'.
The manuscript has never been demonstrably deciphered, and none of the many hypotheses proposed over the last hundred years have been independently verified.[23] The mystery of its meaning and origin has excited the popular imagination, making it the subject of study and speculation.