Face_WSLOT Woman See Lot of Things

by meira asher

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  • Face_WSLOT is a project exploring the lives of three female ex-child combatants in post-war Sierra Leone and the psychophysical adjustments they have undertaken in order to come to terms with their past.

    Face_WSLOT exposes the subject as a multi-layered experience, using different media such as sound, image, film, and smell. All the artworks are the result of an intensive collaboration with the subject group.

    This publication includes a CD of sound compositions created around the voices, stories, and sound environments of these women; articles providing a background and views of the topic; and documentation of the art installation part of the project.

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Face_WSLOT is a project exploring the lives of three female ex-child combatants in post-war Sierra Leone and the psychophysical adjustments they have undertaken in order to come to terms with their past.

Face_WSLOT exposes the subject as a multi-layered experience, using different media such as sound, image, film, and smell. All the artworks are the result of an intensive collaboration with the subject group.

This publication includes a CD of sound compositions created around the voices, stories, and sound environments of these women; articles providing a background and views of the topic; and documentation of the art installation part of the project.

credits

released November 22, 2004

Recorded in Sierra Leone, The Hague.
Spoken word, singing: Anitsa Jackson, Chris Conteh, Mahade Pako.
Electronics, voice, percussion, HF radio: Meira Asher.
Self made instruments and electronics on nr. 1, 8, 13, 14: Yann Keller.
Drums on nr. 11: Yuval Gabay.
Recorded, composed and produced by Meira Asher.
nr. 7, 9, 15 feat. electronics created with Guy Harries.
nr. 3 additional efx by drfloy.
Mixed by Paul Kendall.

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