One of the most important sources for the history of vampirism is the report Visum et Repertum written and attested by military surgeons in Serbia on January 26, 1732. It was sent to the authorities in Belgrade and Vienna, and copied by envoys of foreign governments. Foremost it was distributed in various versions to newspapers and scientific periodicals throughout Europe causing a public as well as scientific sensation in many European countries throughout the year 1732. In fact, had it not been for this report, the word vampire and the stories of these supposedly blood drinking corpses would probably not have become known, and consequently the popular vampire of authors like John William Polidori and Bram Stoker, as well as the vampire of 20th and 21st century popular media would not have come into existence.
As human beings, the desire and necessity to explore the world has been with us from the beginning of our existence. From the basic act of looking for food and water, to traveling many miles to trade goods and engage in social exchange and dynamics, humans have had to travel at various scales.
Cenozoic is a sonic journey that explores the complexity of human movement at a landscape scale, delving into the main variables and factors that may have influenced mobility during prehistory.
Igor Karača: voice, percussion, Korg Radias synthesizer, Pittsburgh Modular Foundation 3.1+ synthesizer, NI Reaktor, Reason 11.