Bedouin’s camp, a contribution to Re-cor compilation by Earwitness.
Re-cor is a series of phonographies related to human interactions. Relations between groups, groups and individuals, interpersonal relationships, etc. are addressed from multiple perspectives utilizing, as a key element, the social context where the sound originated.
Real stories of real people and situations are manifested in these recordings by different phonographists/field recordists around the world. Sound works that connect with everyday
experiences; beyond sound for sound’s sake.
Re-cor is the root of the word “record”, composed of the prefix re (again, backward movement) and the Latin root cor (heart) meaning “moving back to the heart” or “contacting the heart again”.*