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How to Do Things with Sounding Knowledge. Or: Crowdsourcing an Original Contribution to Sonic Pedagogy

15th March 2023 - 16th March 2023

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AR@K23 symposium: arts, research, teaching

14 & 15 March 2023

Artistic Research at Kristiania, Oslo, Norway

A two day symposium of presentations, talks, workshops and performances within a variety of artistic realms, exploring the opportunities and challenges prevalent in teaching the arts.

Sounding Knowledge Network (S_K_N) Early Career Researcher Dr. Kevin Logan will be giving a presentation How to Do Things with Sounding Knowledge. Or: Crowdsourcing an Original Contribution to Sonic Pedagogy

This performance-presentation will introduce the aims and objectives of S_K_N, and more generally the agency of practice-led sonic thinkingIn bypassing the usual lecture format this provocation will explore collective and speculative knowledge sharing, with attendees being encouraged to participate using both spoken and non-verbal forms of articulation.

The symposium explores the role of the artist/educator as artistic researcher. Read more about the Symposium.

The AHRC Sounding Knowledge Network research project will establish Sonic Pedagogy and the practice of Aural Literacy as modes of teaching and learning. Led by Principle Investigator (PI) Prof. Salomé Voegelin and Co-Investigator (CoI) Dr. Werner Friedrichs with with Early Career Researchers Dr. Kevin Logan and Dr. Kerstin Meißner and project coordinator Timothy Smith. Read more about SKN.



15th March 2023
16th March 2023


Oslo, Norway
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Artistic Research at Kristiania