Tag: sound art

‘Sonic Materialism’ – talk by Salomé Voegelin

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This talk by Salome Voegelin forms part of the ‘caféphilosophique strand of the Café Culture 2018–2019 programme. Entitled, Sonic Materialism: How to be a thing according to sound, discussion will consider ideas of new materialism through a sonic sensibility and participation.

Peter Cusack – Pankow Soundwalks

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Soundwalks led by Peter Cusack, Udo Noll, Martyna Poznańska, katrinem and Sam Auinger in the Berlin district of Pankow (April, May and June 2019). Cusack’s City Neighbourhood and Communities covers central Pankow from the S & U Station to the Burgerpark.

Sonic Waves – Kevin Logan performance

Kevin Logan will present a performance paper about ‘Sonic Pedagogy’ at the Sonic Waves symposium, organised by Music and Sonic Studies Manchester (MASSmcr) at Manchester Metropolitan University. This symposium brings together academics, researchers, practitioners, students and community organisations interested in exploring how music, sound and the sonic can be used to transcend boundaries and move beyond borders.

Call for contributions: SGFA–TOKYO

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Call for contributions SOUND::GENDER::FEMINISM::ACTIVISM – TOKYO Chinretsukan Gallery, Tokyo University of the Arts (Tokyo, Japan) 4 & 5 October 2019   A collaboration between Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice Continue…

Salomé Voegelin performance/ talk at Jauna Muzika

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For the opening performance programme of Jauna Muzika Festival in Vilnius Lithuania, Salomé Voegelin will perform Listening to Indivisible Volumes, a curatorial performance that engages listening and sound to explore the invisible volume of space.

CAST OUT LOUD – talk, RMIT Black Box (Melbourne)

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Artists Lisa Hall, Philip Samartzis, Polly Stanton and Jordan Lacey discuss their sonic practices, working across urban and wilderness environments. Organised by the CAST, Contemporary Art and Social Transformation, research centre at RMIT University in Melbourne (Australia).