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Auraldiversities: Listening in the Present Tense

13th November 2020

Auraldiversities: Listening in the Present Tense

Nov 13 & Dec 10

Curated by: John John Levack Drever, Alice Eldridge, and Helen Frosi

‘A year-long programme addressing the ‘auraldiverse turn’ in Arts and Humanities research and theory, questioning how and what we hear, what we listen to and why, as situated within our contemporary milieu: that of ecological, existential, social, economic and epidemiological crises. Entwined with sonically sensile organisms, sessions extend well beyond human worlds into speculative acoustic realms of future listening.’

Presentations include:

Kate Carr | Pandemic sounds: then and now
Budhaditya Chattopadhyay | Hyper-listening: praxis
Noé Cuéllar | Beat Mesmerism Hollow
Ella Finer with Yorgos Samantas and Urok Shirhan | in the light of distant stars
Charlie Fox | Charming Foxes – listening in and with a non-human ear
Ingrid Plum | Still Life – Towards a new language of qualifying descriptors of listening states.
Dawn Scarfe | Navigating Remote Soundscapes

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