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Biosonology is a science created by Domenico Sciajno, a lecturer at the Turin Academy of Music and an artist working in the field of electronic music. It grew out of his fascination with the phenomenon of sound and the characteristics of sound waves. It was created as a result of multidisciplinary research and collaboration of research centres from Italy, the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan and Finland.
Sound therapy is based on stimulation of the body with waves of very precise frequencies, which are translated into the way the various organs of the body, including the brain, function.
Aleksandra Kotecka has collaborated with Teatr ZAR since 2004 co-creating the performance pieces Gospels of Childhood, Caesarean Section, Anhelli: The Calling, and Armine, Sister. She is the creator or co-creator of music for films and theatre productions in Poland and the US, and founder of a music production studio called FoxTerrier Production. Aleksandra works with Georgian polyphonic singing, both during source expeditions and as part of her own research. Together with Tomasz Wierzbowski, she creates the musical line for ZAR Theater’s production “Anhelli. Hark” and is also leading a project to work on polyphonic Georgian songs. She is working on Orthodox music, which she learned in Lviv, St. Petersburg and Suprasl. She shares the results of her explorations during workshops. Starting in 2019, she is leading a series of annual VoiceLAB laboratory workshops in Wroclaw. Since 2020, this workshop program is part of the French Qualiopi program. She explores the influence of relaxation techniques on the work of the performer. For years she has been fascinated by sound, its physical nature and infinite potential. In 2019, she began working with the Biosonology Institute Art in Listening Academy in Turin. In 2022 she completed a course authorizing her to work as a sound therapist in the Biosonology stimulation stream.