Available now in hardback, The Bloomsbury Handbook of Sonic Methodologies by Michael Bull, Marcel Cobussen, including chapters by: Angus Carlyle, ‘Dropping Down Low, Online Soundmaps, Critique, Genealogies, Alternatives’; Jono Gilmurray, ‘Ecological Sound Art’; and Salomé Voegelin, ‘Sonic Methodologies of Sound’.
Month: November 2020
Kate Carr’s label Flaming Pines has just released its 100th album – ‘Amazonian Traces of Self’, by 2020 Oram Award winning, LCC MA Sound Arts Graduate, Yifeat Ziv.
Sound Gallery Lydgalleriet celebrates 15 years with this publication retrospective, featuring texts by Salomé Voegelin and Bjørnar Habbestad, Sissel Lillebostad, Carsten Seiffarth, Jørgen Larsson, Steinar Sekkingstad, Hild Borchgrevink, Daniela Cascella, Christina Kubisch, Espen Sommer Eide, Samuel Brzeski and Roar Sletteland
Queering di Teknolojik, made by CRiSAP PhD graduate Timothy Smith, is available to watch on Channel 4. ‘Spoken by the collective digital voice of a group of queer artists and activists, this is a message from the future. A message of hope.’
Over the last two months the Listening Across Disciplines II team have been broadcasting a weekly radio series on Resonance FM, sharing their research into listening as a professional practice, diagnostic strategy and investigative method.
Professor John Wynne has retired from his staff post as Professor of Sound Art. In honour of his commitment to the University, John has been awarded Emeritus Professor status and as such will continue his long-standing relationship with us.
New album release by the Automatic Writing Circle ‘Works 2009-2019’, available now as a limited edition C66 Cassette and a Digital Album
“untitled #346” is a sound work by Francisco López anda text by Salomé Voegelin. Both sound and text ask: how much sound can push us towards the limits of what we consider as listening? How sound art pushes us to investigate the threshold that separates the audible from the imagined, constructing sound worlds in which memory gathers in the imperceptible of matter?
Matthew Blackwell Interviews David Toop in Tone Glow, discussing Edgar Allan Poe, the nature of field recordings, and the problem of time under capitalism.
A new album by the Field Kitchen Academy featuring series of recordings that act as a catalogue and a log book of the residency curated under the title of Silence with the Consent of Sound.