The Encounter of Body and Music (LS-HR-333)

The main thread of this learning scenario is the experience of performance inspired by music in which artists use the body as a subject. The videos downloaded have been reformatted using various ICT tools.

Turning visual art into a sound

The reconstruction of the work of art into a sound performance as a musical part also involves the movement of the students and creates a new meaning for the painting.

Students pass on their experience of colour on a work of art taken from Europeana Collections to composing a work of music. In small groups, they reconstruct the artwork into a sound performance by using the Chrome Music Lab app. They express their own emotions and reactions to a performance that blends Arts and Music.

Listening to music encourages students to create a video inspired by a One-minute sculpture. They imagine what could be hiding behind all these different sounds. In creating a performance, they share different ideas that encourage creative thinking. Conceptualism through their own works encourages students to think critically in how the body becomes a subject.

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CC BY-NC-SA 4.0: the featured image used to illustrate this article has been found on Europeana Collections and provided by the Munkácsy Mihály Múzeum.

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