The GEOARPAD research project, in which the Audiovisual Studies Group collaborates with several research groups from the USC and other entities, has just released this video of Levous’ aa alva, levous’a velida, one of the most famous ‘cantigas de amigo’ of Galician lyrics which was composed by Pero Meogo. Loaded with symbolism and suggestiveness, this piece constitutes the plot axis of a videolyric that combines the plastic representation of the topics collected in the composition with the musical interpretation of this and the intradiegetic inscription of its lyrics in the images, through a scenographic combinatorial multilayer developed in virtual set between 3D CGI elements (virtual synthesis) and a character of the “real” world that transcends its physical environment towards the fantasy of the cantiga.
Framed in the 1st call of the EP – INTERREG VA Spain Portugal (POCTEP) operational program, this GEOARPAD is articulated as a proposal for cooperation between Galicia and the area of North Portugal and with the specific objective of protection and enhancement of cultural heritage and natural, as an economic base support for the cross-border region, and for the protection, development and promotion of public culture and heritage assets. The general objective is to value the cultural heritage of the Galicia-North of Portugal Euroregion as an element of cross-border development through joint strategies and models for collecting and processing information and management, promoting its dissemination and its use by economic sectors such as tourism sector and promoting social participation throughout the process.
Na súa interdisciplinariedade, os estudos sobre a paisaxe sonora das nosas cidades poden dicirnos moito acerca do xeito en que vivimos e, máis aínda, como facelo dun xeito más atento, empático e común. No día 16 de xuño teremos ocasión de reflexionarmos na USC sobre estas temáticas na xornada Soundscapes: Cartografías sensoriais e paisaxes sonoras, […]
The XIV Lusocom Congress will be held in Porto on 25-26 October and will be organised by the University of Porto in collaboration with Sopcom (Associação Portuguesa de Ciências da Comunicação). The theme of this edition recognises that, as a result of the massification of digital media, the cultural transformation of our societies is triggering […]
The University Institute of Spanish Cinema of the Carlos III University of Madrid (IUCE-UC3M) is holding a two-day seminar entitled “Audiovisual democratic memory. Extraterritoriality and resistance”. It will take place at the Cervantes Institute in Paris on Thursday 5 and Friday 6 May. The aim is to invite reflection on the signs of political and […]