This episode features two multimedia artists, Deniz Gül and Nour Mobarak, who both work with sculpture, music, language and ideas. Mobarak discusses her new work, Dafne Phono, an audio-based adaptation of the first known opera, translated into the most morphophonologically complex languages in the world. Gül presents an essay from her most recent book, an excerpt on the subject of somatic philosopher Moshé Feldenkrais, along with an exercise for listeners to try at home. Reading excerpts from her recent book “there is life between us (+transparency)” with Sophie Williamson in this episode.
Listen to this episode here: https://artreview.com/podcast-deniz-gul-and-nour-mobarak-sound-language/