Georgios Mizithras . ΓΙΩΡΓΟΣ ΜΙΖΗΘΡΑΣ

MIZI – Glossolalia (Γλωσσολαλιά)

“Glossolalia” is a live-piece following the radio-art ethos. Composed soundscapes of field
recordings and a 0-input mixer are crushed through the magnetic tape medium, enveloping the disused cassettes found in various thrift stores. Voices stripped from their bodies, debatable functionality of sounds and a lingering question; Should I get my pencil?

Το «Γλωσσολαλιά» είναι ένα ηχητικό έργο ηχογραφημένο σε πραγματικό χρόνο το οποίο
ακολουθεί το ραδιο-τέχνης ήθος. Τα τεχνητά ηχητικά τοπία των εγγραφών πεδίου και ενός μίκτη μηδενικής εισόδου συνθλίβονται μέσω της μαγνητικής ταινίας και περιβάλλουν κασέτες-ευρήματα, που βρίσκονται θαμμένες σε παλιατζίδικα. Φωνές απογυμνωμένες από το σώμα τους, αμφισβητήσιμη λειτουργικότητα των ήχων και μια επίμονη ερώτηση: Should I get my pencil?




Giorgos Mizithras | Αerial


Georgios Mizithras is a musician and sound artist. He is active as both a composer and a performer in a range of fields, including electroacoustic music, improvisation, sound art, and audiovisuals. His current interest lies in repurposing old media as devices of artistic expression. He has performed at the “Klingt Gut” Festival (Hamburg, 2017) “Visual March in Prespes” (Thessaloniki, 2014), “AGORA” (Athens, Biennale 2013), Alte Schmiede (Vienna, 2014) and at numerous venues in Greece. He is a graduate of composition at the Music Studies department of the Ionian University and has also studied at De Montfort University’s Music Technology and Innovation department (Leicester). He is currently doing he’s Master’s in Music Technology at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

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