Who needs chaos and why are we afraid of it? – Lecture
Adam Świtała is a musician, composer, lecturer, teacher and researcher.
In Western cosmogony, chaos is a hostile, inhabitable state of all matter, awaiting the imposed regime of the logos to become the world, as we know it. It needs an architect and a guardian and remains a constant threat. Have you ever wondered how does this cultural conditioning affect us as performers and teachers? In his lecture, Adam Świtała will investigate the above question.