Asli Seven is a writer and curator currently based between Istanbul and Paris. Her recent research focuses on the role played by sound, musicality and the human body in and around signification in language.Asli Seven is a writer and curator currently based between Istanbul and Paris. Her recent research focuses on the role played by sound, musicality and the human body in and around signification in language.
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[Grenoble • France]
Walk on til The End
is the recording of a conversation-while-hiking between Maxime Guitton and Jelena Martinovic, on alpine expeditions and near death experiences, with a selection of mountain-themed music by Maxime Guitton. The sound of the alps and their steps gives rhythm to this conversation that takes as its point of departure Wade Davis’ account of the British assaults on mount Everest in the early 20th century, “Into the Silence”.

Tracklist: Alps Noel – Grim / Sitting on Top of the World – Doc Watson / Patagonian Domes – Amen Dunes / Tibet – Don Cherry / Zäuerli Et Ronde De I’écu – Streichmusik Adler / Mountains into Outer Space – Richard Youngs / Azure Dome – Supreme Dicks / Walking and Falling – Laurie Anderson / Ice Copy – Hiroshi Yoshimura / Interlude-Himalayan Bells – Kendra Smith / Inside Elevation – Pan*American / Climbing Aspirations – Bley-Peacock Synthesizer Show / Courant Ascentionnel – Guy Goyer & Guy Pedersen / Pays de Glace – John Livengood / Locklatar – Elin Lisslass / cho oyu basecamp: morning – Geir Jenssen / Rocky Mountain Ragga – Robbie Basho / Regato de Montanha – Lula Côrtes & Zé Ramalho.

Produced by Maxime Guitton, Jelena Martinovic and Asli Seven, with the participation of Simon Rippoll Hurier, Martina Margini and Chloé Sitzia in Grenoble.

[Grenoble • France]
Walk on til The End
is the recording of a conversation-while-hiking between Maxime Guitton and Jelena Martinovic, on alpine expeditions and near death experiences, with a selection of mountain-themed music by Maxime Guitton. The sound of the alps and their steps gives rhythm to this conversation that takes as its point of departure Wade Davis’ account of the British assaults on mount Everest in the early 20th century, “Into the Silence”.

Tracklist: Alps Noel – Grim / Sitting on Top of the World – Doc Watson / Patagonian Domes – Amen Dunes / Tibet – Don Cherry / Zäuerli Et Ronde De I’écu – Streichmusik Adler / Mountains into Outer Space – Richard Youngs / Azure Dome – Supreme Dicks / Walking and Falling – Laurie Anderson / Ice Copy – Hiroshi Yoshimura / Interlude-Himalayan Bells – Kendra Smith / Inside Elevation – Pan*American / Climbing Aspirations – Bley-Peacock Synthesizer Show / Courant Ascentionnel – Guy Goyer & Guy Pedersen / Pays de Glace – John Livengood / Locklatar – Elin Lisslass / cho oyu basecamp: morning – Geir Jenssen / Rocky Mountain Ragga – Robbie Basho / Regato de Montanha – Lula Côrtes & Zé Ramalho.

Produced by Maxime Guitton, Jelena Martinovic and Asli Seven, with the participation of Simon Rippoll Hurier, Martina Margini and Chloé Sitzia in Grenoble.

[Grenoble • France]
Conceived as a sound installation in its original form, Marie Michelle Deschamps’ Don’t trip over the wire…! was inspired on one hand by the method developed by author Louis Wolfson to block the English language, using phonetic and etymological translation processes, and on the other by the use of graphical notation in music. The sound piece is followed by a conversation with the artist focusing on her correspondence with Louis Wolfson and her recent work investigating language as a space.

Don’t trip over the wire is a work produced by Marie Michelle Deschamps for the Collective Gallery's "Satellite Program" and exhibited as part of the Edinborough Festival in Scotland in 2014. This broadcast was produced by Asli Seven for Take You There Radio as part of a documentary series on the relationship between sound and language and artistic practices exploring this relationship.

Fragments From 6 Conversations on 5 Person Bufet

[Grenoble • France]
Fragments from 6 Conversations on 5 Person Bufet
is an audio document exploring the creative process behind 5 Person Bufet and layers of translation from sound to language to music with Deniz Gul’s answers in conversation with Asli Seven, edited together with fragments of conversations between Deniz Gul and her 5 musical collaborators: Katharine Young, Audrey Chen, Owen Davis, Carol Genetti and Frank Rosaly.

Fragments from 6 conversations on 5 Person Bufet is produced and edited by Asli Seven for Take You There Radio as part of a documentary series on the relationship between sound and language and artistic practices exploring this relationship.