ALINA OZEROVA EPAS for me feels like a cradle which you share with many other beings. It creates a feeling of a special zone for listening to yourself, to the environment, to each other. It nurtures a very particular attitude towards listening. Not only it takes you on a tour of experimentation and understanding the fundamentals of sound and our relation to it, but it also gives a vocabulary. The one you can take outside and by implementing it connect to the others. ARZU SAGLAM never stops, always is and ever is gone as soon as it was :: sound is, to me, the all engaging and ever so ungraspable, yet most palpable of all senses to experience :: traveling through and staying stuck in, pin-poiting to and distracting from :: it can tell stories of concrete molecules and ceasing gases :: it is inside and around at once and it is steerable waves and yet reveals itself to be mostly disobedient to all rules :: at EPAS i am mostly privileged to find a safe harbor to built this ship that will prepare me for my adventures of the oceanS of souDns FABIAN SALAS During […]
What is EPAS and who is it for?
EPAS is a one-year intensive course in the creative potential of sound both of itself and as part of a multi media practice...Read more
Why is it needed?
Sound is at the heart of our perception of the world. It defines and clarifies our experience in time and space. ..Read more
The History of EPAS
From EMAS to EPAS...Read more
Organisation of the course
EPAS is a one year post graduate. The course is an intensive education in the creative potential of sound both of itself and as part of a multi media practice.Read more
How to apply
Students wishing to participate in the programme need to have obtained a first cycle degree (Bachelor degree) of at least 180 ECTS in a suitable field of study.Read more
Information to download
EPAS is a jointly developed programme where students study in two degree awarding institutions including mobility periods at the other consortium partners.Read more
Patricia Dominguez: “It was a great welcome to entering this new dimension, that of the sound. An intensive practical module that managed encompassing the fundamentals of sound listening and making”. Iva Galovic: “II entered a world that before I only had a glimpse of – so beautiful and mesmerizing, I am enjoying it more and more each day with every new discovery.”. Huui Park: “During this module of listening…my eyes finally got the rest it needed. With our world overflowing with visual stimuli, it was about time that we relied on our other senses. It took a while to surrender to the sounds around me but once I let go and became one with the vibrations around me, I was able to just be; by being, I was one with my surroundings: the space itself. All the sounds spoke to me one by one, slowly revealing themselves, welcoming me to the space to share their knowledge of the world. Their world comprised of a lot more content than the one dominantly processed via sight. Theirs was guided more with subtle shifts in energies, vibrations, and feelings. During the sound walk with my partner, we […]
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