Visiting Practitioners Series: Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon
Thursday 14 February | London College of Communication (Lecture Theatre B)
2pm – 4pm | Open to all
[non UAL student/staff please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place]
Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon lives in Los Angeles and works with sound, sculpture and performance. Her installations typically involve multichannel sound systems and sculptures made of materials for their aesthetic and acoustical properties. She received her MFA from Stanford University where her research focused on the history of communications technology and the physiological and psychophysical effects of music and sound on the body. Some of her projects include acoustical mapping of brutalist architecture, an installation of inflatable walls mixed with a multichannel pop song and creating a modular, modifiable, performance environment that was exhibited at the Geometry of Now festival in Moscow and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
CRiSAP and the Sound Arts Department at LCC co-run a Visiting Practitioners Series of weekly talks at the college, exploring the diverse field of sound arts practice. Each term member of Sound Arts staff curates the series of talks, inviting a number of sound practitioners to share their work.