Sound Arts Visiting Practitioner Series
Presented by LCC Sound Arts and Design department and CRiSAP
Curated by Annie Goh
Summer Term: Thursdays 23 April – 28 May 2020
2.30pm-4.30pm (UK time/BST) Online – details below
CRiSAP and LCC’s Sound Arts & Design Department co-run a Visiting Practitioners Series of weekly talks at the college, exploring the diverse field of sound arts practice.
Each term one sound arts staff member curates the series of talks, inviting a number of sound practitioners to share their work. This Summer Term has been curated by Annie Goh (Associate Lecturer, LCC).
Primarily for the current BA, MA and PhD sound arts students at LCC, these talks are also open to students and staff across all UAL colleges and courses, and a small number of external guests are welcome too.
Due to the Covid-19 crisis and closure of UAL buildings from late March 2020, the series has moved online. This is a new phase which brings new opportunities and challenges! The lectures this term will all happen virtually: a mixture of live and pre-recorded sessions with guests appearing for a live Q&A (where available).
23 April | Mari Matsutoya
30 April | Rebecca Lee
7 May | Budhaditya Chattopadhyay
14 May | Syma Tariq and Katherine MacBride (CRiSAP PhD students) – split presentation
21 May | Luz María Sánchez
28 May | Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson (Discwoman)
Read the artist bios on the project page here.
How to join the session:
- If you’re a BA or MA Sound Arts student, you’ll find the link on the ‘Sound Arts’ programme page on Moodle.
- For all other UAL staff and students, and any external guests who would like to join online, please register via email with your full name and a brief sentence about your interest in the lecture to a.goh[at]lcc.arts.ac.uk (no less than 48h before).
Image credit: tongue breaks inhaling, performance, Katherine MacBride. CCA Glasgow, February 2020. Photo: Richy Carey