I am Evie and I introduce myself to the world as an anthropologist, a musician, a geek gamer and a pop culture enthusiast – whatever that means.
My whole life I’ve been chasing sounds and I’d always let them lead the way. I would walk a broken path at sunset, lie on the grass, feel the summer breeze, watch the leaves fall from the trees, listen to the winter rain as if I were in a cinematic universe, always having music in my ears and on my mind as if I were -as if I am- haunted by sounds and voices, forever bound to them.
I am really thrilled about this summer course in Lesvos and I can’t wait to experiment with all of you on artistic and ethnographic practices but also getting to know you – and having reaaaally long talks about music, life or whatever.
I’m a gamer-musician too! Playing anything? I just gave up on Fallout 4 haha.
I like how you described sounds as haunting. It’s really cool. I think about heritage and the past a lot and even when I felt sort of tormented by it I never thought to use that word.
Well, “haunted” may sound a bit off. I don’t say this in a bad kind of way though.
I wanted to emphasize that sound for me is ever-present, even in moments of silence(?).
Looking forward to meeting you. I have many games to talk about! 🙂
No words to describe how I feel with your video and music… I have a long story to tell you about this … thank you for your post
Thank you so much Eleni.
I can’t wait to listen to your story!