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CRiSAP is a research centre of the University of the Arts London dedicated to the exploration of the rich complexities of sound as an artistic practice.


Our main aim is to extend the development of the emerging disciplinary field of sound arts and to encourage the broadening and deepening of the discursive context in which sound arts is practised.  


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Bodies That Matter 

LCC Sound Arts MA Exhibition

David Bloor, Miles Bowe, Wan-Chien Cheng, Tomoko Hojo, Adam Jaro, Rahel Kraft
at Flat Time House
Private view: 6-9pm Thursday 3rd December 2015
Friday 4th December - Tuesday 8th December 2015, midday - 6pm daily
Research soirée: 5pm Monday 7th December (with Zeynep Bulut and Dan Scott)
This exhibition and events programme brings together the work of the six graduating students from the MA Sound Arts at London College of Communication, UAL. The show presents an opportunity to encounter the rich diversity of practices emerging from this course, now in its eighth year. Playfully borrowing the title of Judith Butler's eponymous 1993 book on the iterative nature of performativity and its political implications, the works of the six artists, foregrounded in the embodied processes of listening, engage questions of gesture and labour, translation and memory, amongst other critical interests, in work that spans performance, installation and sound poetry.
Curator: Irene Revell
Course Leader: Thomas Gardner
Bodies That Matter is the final exhibition of the MA Sound Arts, School of Media, and part of the London College of Communication Postgraduate Shows 2015 
Read more on te Flat Time House website:


Curating Sound. A conversation with David Toop, Ed Kelly, Antonia Blocker and Hamish Dunbar

Thurs 26 Nov, 4–6pm
David Roberts Art Foundation
On the occasion of the project Volume Dissolves into Atmosphere, MA Culture, Criticism and Curation students host a discussion about the relationship between sound and space and their coexistence in the gallery environment. What is the status of sound in the gallery and how can it be experienced as art? What are the challenges in exhibiting and curating sound work? What is the changing relationship between sound and its audiences? These questions will be discussed by David Toop (composer/musician, curator and UAL Chair of Audio Culture and Improvisation), Ed Kelly (composer/musician and associate lecturer in Visual Art: Fine Art Digital at Camberwell College of Art), Antonia Blocker (Curator: Public Programmes, Whitechapel Gallery) and Hamish Dunbar (Founder and Director, Cafe Oto).
Free, to reserve a place email 
Volume Dissolves Into Atmosphere is a project curated by MA Culture, Criticism and Curation students from Central Saint Martins for the DRAF studio. The project presents “...At the slow party, copies sync towards zero” – a newly commissioned sculptural sound work by artist Andrew Sunderland. 27 Nov - 28 Nov 2015, 12:00 to 18:00.
Read more about Volume Dissolves Into Atmosphere on the UAL website:



Sound Passages: passaggi di suono

November 16, 2015, 14.30 > 19.00
The Architecture University of Venice (IUAV)
Sound moves: it drifts and coalesces, it is reflected and it is absorbed, it shifts in meaning and register. And we are moved by sound, too: we are startled or seduced, sound orientates us or disorientates us. As part of a broader ‘sensory turn’, sound is becoming the focus of investigations into our experiences of place and space. In “Sound Passages: Passages of Sound”, researchers will present different approaches to sound – as a map, as a junction between perceptual fields, as trigger for memory and imagination, as abstract and quotidian, as material for composition and installation, as a way in which we are located and dislocated in the contemporary.
CRiSAP speakers: Angus Carlyle, Cathy Lane Co-directors, John Wynne, Reader, Ximena Alarcon, Research Fellow, Lisa Hall, Research Administrator, Iris Garrelfs, Associate Lecturer, Post-Doctoral Researcher, John Kannenberg, PhD student, Louise Marshall, PhD student, Artur M Vidal, PhD student, Matt Parker, PhD student.
With the participation of: Enrico Coniglio, Comune di Venezia, Archivio Italiano Paesaggi Sonori
Curated by: Nicola Di Croce Scuola di dottorato Iuav
doctoral programme in architecture, city and design, track regional planning and public policy



Sound Gender Feminism Activism 2014

Documentation now online

Sound::Gender::Feminism::Activism 2014 (SGFA2014) was the second research event following on from the Her Noise: Feminisms and the Sonic events and symposium at Tate Modern in May 2012 and the Sound::Gender::Feminism::Activism 2012 research event at London College of Communication in that same year.
A selection of SGFA2014 participant contributions, from performances to lectures to radio podcasts are now available to watch and listen to on the Her Noise Archive website:



Locus Sonus: Mobile Audio Fest

November 19 - 22, 2015 
Aix-en-Provence & Marseille
Locus Sonus' Mobile Audio Fest is a 4 day event exploring the relationships between mobility and (new) forms of listening and sound-making. Conceived as a series of “rendezvous” in Aix-en-Provence and Marseille, Mobile Audio Fest presents 15 projects by international artists in which mobility plays a central part. The program includes performances, installations, apps, soundwalks, audiowalks, workshops and talks. 
See the event website for more information:
Artists include CRiSAP PhD student Maria Papadomanolaki who undertook a research residency at Locus Sonus this year. Maria will be performing on 9th of November at 5:30 local time:



Playing With Words


We're pleased to announce that Playing With Words by Cathy Lane, which had sold out of its first edition, has now been made available again from Uniformbooks:


Playing with words: the spoken word in artistic practice is a collection of responses from over 40 leading contemporary composers and artists who were invited to represent aspects of their creative practice with words, and in particular, the spoken word, for the printed page.



PoL # 20 Museum of Portable Sound – Grand Opening Gala

With John Kannenberg

Date: Wednesday November 11th, 2015
Time: 18:30
Venue: London College of Communication, Elephant & Castle | meet in reception of LCC
Free with limited capacity
To reserve a place please email:
The Museum of Portable Sound is dedicated to the collection, preservation, and exhibition of acoustic objects: cultural artefacts related to the history and culture of sound. With a specific focus on portability, digital initiatives, and community engagement, we bring the culture of sound to the public, one listener at a time. By eschewing a typical architectural model and operating solely as a wandering, portable museum, our institution questions the traditional museum model by leveraging its own portability towards investigating what a museum can and should sound like in the 21st century. With collections spanning the natural sciences, music, art, culture, and portable recoding technologies, our visitors are able to experience the culture of sound in a personalised environment.
Read more on the Points of Listening website:


Professor David Toop, UAL Chairs Present Series: Ecology of the Voice

12 Nov 2015  |  18:30 to 20:30
Studio Theatre, Platform Theatre 
Central Saint Martins 
1 Granary Square 
Kings Cross, London

Professor David Toop - UAL Chair of Audio Culture and Improvisation presents three extraordinary singers - Sofia Jernberg, Shelley Hirsch and Elaine Mitchener - who will be the foundation of an event that blurs the line between performance and conversation, asking questions about vocal performance in all forms of the voice as instrument and narrator, where the voice comes from within body, thought, language and ancestry and where it fits within an ecology of cultural and biological communications. As well as provoking the conversation, David Toop will be playing extracts from Lost Shadows, his acclaimed recordings of Yanomami vocal shamanism and ceremonies, released by Sub Rosa earlier this year.

This event is FREE and open to staff, students and the public.
Read more and book online:


Ximena Alarcón awarded a Srishti Interim artistic residency in Bangalore


CRiSAP member Ximena Alarcón has been awarded a place on the Sristhi Interim artistic residency at the Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology in Bangalore, India, from Nov 23rd to Dec 19th


Ximena will work with students from Sristhi inviting them to listen to dislocation in Bangalore as a creative force to stimulate new narratives and statements of being and place. By using Deep Listening practice and through a creative collaborative process students will be invited to reflect on connections to the self, to others and to the environment, and to engage in the creation of improvisatory telematic sonic performances, derived from the experience of listening and sounding within Bangalore. Through slowing down, students will question how the sounds of the city respond to their listening experience, how their voice and words resonate within the urban space, how dislocation sounds in Bangalore and how creatively, using telematic technologies, they could invite audiences to slow down, dislocate, listen and connect.


Srishti-Interim is built into the curriculum to encourage talent through an open-ended framework for learning by engaging with contemporary artistic practices. Contemporary artists are invited from all over the world to lead this. 


More information about Srishti:




Making Conversations


John Wynne on Resonance 104.40FM, Tuesday 27 October at 4-5pm GMT - A show called 'Making Conversations', a discussion between John Wynne, Andrew Prescott (Professor of Digital Humanities at University of Glasgow and AHRC Theme Leader Fellow for Digital Transformations) and Mandana Seyfeddinipur (Director of the Endangered Languages Documentation Programme at SOAS), including clips of endangered languages from around the world by John and Mandana.



Peter Cusack's Sounds from Dangerous Places in Third Text journal article The Third Soundscape by Leandro Pisano

Published online: 13 Jul 2015  |  Volume 29, Issue 1-2, 2015
Abstract: ‘The creative rediscovery of exploration through sound opens up new spaces for reflection on the processes of deep transformation occurring in territories and landscapes today. Western culture has produced abandoned ruins and deterritorialised places and it is necessary to come to terms with these places ‘out of place’, listening to them with the sense of anticipation that migrants have. The projects of sound artists such as Peter Cusack, Enrico Ascoli, Fabio Lattuca and Pietro Bonanno aim at the exploration of abandoned places through sound. They open up rare aesthetic spaces, creating a different sense of place that has more to do with experience: sonic explorations of place as a social and political construction. All of these works demonstrate how much field recordings take us deep into the layers of image and language in order to ‘transmit[s] a powerful sense of spatiality, atmosphere and timing’ as Peter Cusack puts it.’
Read the full article online:


The Hebrides Suite

Mapping the islands in sound

An Exhibition by Cathy Lane.

Jul 31 - November 1 2015



What is landscape but a map of human activity past and present? 


Cathy Lane's exhibition ' The Hebrides Suite mapping the islands in sound' opens July 31, 2015 at Museum nan Eilean, Sgiol Lionacleit, Isle of Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, Scotland and runs until the end of October.


The exhibition includes a new work, 'Sandy Jaffas' made in collaboration with Comann Eachdraidh Ubhist a Deas (South Uist Historical Society) at Kildonan Museum; Comann Eachdraidh Ubhist a Tuath (North Uist Historical Society) at Taigh Chearsabagh and pupils and staff from Sgiol Lionacleit.



Supported by Museum nan Eilean and London College of Communication.



Sonic Possible Worlds

Interview with Salomé Voegelin in Four by Three Magazine

"How does sound relate to our shared reality and particularity in the world? Swiss artist and writer ?Salomé Voegelin talks to four by three about her latest book Sonic Possible Worlds: Hearing the Continuum of Sound [Bloomsbury, 2014], Lewis' possible world theory, Merleau-Ponty's phenomenology, truth and language in relation to sound and why listening opens up new alternative possibilities beyond the visual surface of the world."
Read the article online here:
Read more about Salomé Voegelin the book Sonic Possible Worlds.


CRiSAP are pleased to support:

Mark Peter Wright

I, the Thing in the Margins

An exhibition at IMT gallery
11 October – 22 November 2015
Preview: Saturday 10 October 6-9pm
Opening times: Thursday – Sunday 12 – 6pm or by appointment
I the thing in the margins
A shadow-self hidden within the other
I am the noise in the signal
A parasitic oscillation
Beyond representation
The site of horror
I, the Thing in the Margins is a solo exhibition of new works by Mark Peter Wright. Across sculptural assemblage, sound and image, Wright interrogates media histories and tropes found within Nature documentary and para-crypto contexts: re-imagining the traditionally silent or lone recordist as a chimeric identity assembled within the margins of representation.
Read more on the IMG Gallery website.


Jono Gilmurray awarded a Biosphere Soundscapes artistic residency

CRiSAP PhD student Jono Gilmurray has been awarded a place on the inaugural Biosphere Soundscapes artistic residency and interdisciplinary laboratory, taking place in the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve in Quintana Roo, Mexico, from Oct 26th to Nov 4th.

The residency will focus on the creative and scientific possibilities of listening, and will involve participants exploring the environment through sound, learning about the Sian Ka’an biosphere reserve, and collaborating with a dynamic team at the intersection of art, science, and technology. Jono is one of only three international participants to have been selected for the residency.

Founded by Dr Leah Barclay in 2012, Biosphere Soundscapes is a large-scale interdisciplinary project underpinned by the creative possibilities of acoustic ecology, bioacoustics and rapidly evolving fields of biology used to record environmental patterns and changes. The project is designed to inspire communities across the world to listen to the environment and explore the value of sound as a measure for environmental health and ecological engagement in UNESCO Biosphere Reserves.

More information can be found on the project’s website:




By John Wynne & Robert Munro
An interactive multimedia app
Available online:
Hearing Voices is a free interactive multimedia app that features recordings and fieldwork by John Wynne in collaboration with visual artist Denise Hawrysio and linguist Andy Chebanne, conducted with speakers of highly endangered Khoi and San languages in the Kalahari Desert in 2003. The audio includes 10 original song recordings and interviews with 8 speakers of 5 different Khoi/San languages. These are all high quality professional recordings which highlight the extraordinary audio features of these click languages. All are accompanied by English translations.
The speakers are; Nicodemus Barkard, Tshabakgotta Igamamoo, Gosaitse Kabatlhophane, Kanokabe//nee//ee, Qgõcgae, Roy Sesana, and Thamae Sobe and Xukuri Xukuri. The interviewees are Peter Austin and Andy Chebanne. Linguistic advice was provided by Andy Chebanne and Herman Batibo.
The app is part of a multi-faceted project by John Wynne, which included a multi-channel sound and photography installation and a BBC Radio commission.
Read more and download the app from the EL Publishing website.
The app is accompanied by an article 'Hearing Voices: Research and creative practice across cultures and disciplines', written by John Wynne, published in Language Documentation and Description, Vol 12 - a special Issue on Language Documentation and Archiving edited by David Nathan & Peter K. Austin.



Doing Sounding Exchanging Thinking: The Auditory Experience of the Social

A Symposium Curated by thickear, - Geoff Howse, Tadeo Sendon, Kevin Logan & Jack James
Held at Foundation B.a.d, Rotterdam
Sat 31 Oct 2015
D/S/E/T examines an intersection of ‘the sonic’, ‘knowledge sharing’ and ‘social action’ by expanding the idea of a performance-lecture to encompass a day-long symposium event. It will employ a cross-practice dialogue for artists, researchers and audience, to examine the sonic articulated through notions of agency and performative practices.
Commissioned Contributions include CRiSAP’s David Toop and Salomé Voegelin with David Mollin together with Brandon LaBelle, Christof Migone, Kim Noble, Scanner and others.
For full details see





The  Approach

John Wynne in group exhibition at Gazelli Art House. A Gazelli Art House 5th Anniversary exhibition, presenting an array of artists Gazelli Art House showcased over the years. Read more.



An exhibition by John Wynne at Surrey Art Gallery, Canada. Listen to the endangered language of Gitxsanimax near Hazelton, BC in this Open Sound installation. At the core of this technically innovative installation are six audiovisual portraits of members of the Gitxsan community speaking one of the numerous endangered aboriginal languages in British Columbia … Read more.


2 May 2015, 3:00pm, Brilliant Corners, 470 Kingsland Road, London E8 4AE
"The contemporary mania for curating has affected many aspects of culture, including (perhaps especially) music, popular and otherwise. This panel discussion explores music's unique relationship with curating … Read more.

Salomé Vogelin - Sounding Out! Podcast #41: Sound Art as Public Art

Online | Sounding Out!
Listen online to Salomé Vogelin's podcast: "Salomé Vogelin, treats us to a multimedia re-sonification of the keynote she gave at 2014’s Invisible Places, Sounding Cities conference in Viseu, Portugal, “Sound Art as Public Art,”  … Read more.

Cathy Lane performs at the Jam Jar Series

26th April 8pm | The Green Room, Black Box, Belfast.
Cathy Lane (London) and Anna Weisling (New York City) perform on the first night of the Jam Jar series: "a lively group of musicians, sound artists, and composers for five evenings of performance, dialogue, sonic experimentation … Read more. 

Association of Social Anthropologists UK and Commonwealth Conference

April 14th 2015 | Exeter University. 
Ximena Alarcon performed 'Sounding Underground' in the Panel "Film, audio and multimedia programme: symbiosis: sound, vision and the senses" and Angus Carlyle & Rupert Cox presented a paper on "The Mouth of the Cave and the Giant Voice: sound, text and voice in Okinawan war memory" ... Read more.

Table Manners

Performance: 17 Mar 2015 | 18:00 to 18:45 | London College of Communication.
Table Manners is a performance strategy somewhere between a séance, a chess match, table tennis, a dinner date and an interrogation. Devised by David Toop, the format blurs and confuses boundaries between sound art installation, music performance, public lecture and private conversation. Read more.

Exhibition: Dialogic Assemblages

Feb 8 - 18 2015, A Kochi Muziris Biennale Collateral show at Artry Gallery Kochi, India.
Curated by Meena Vari.
Following a residency in Kochi and workshops with students of Srishti school of Art, Design and Technology, Cathy Lane has created an audio visual installation titled Beam ... Read more.

"Sound Matters"

"Sound Matters: a framework for the creative use and re-use of sound". CRiSAP Research Fellow Ximena Alarcón has been shortlisted for the JISC Research Data Spring and is presenting at the International Digital Curation Conference: 9-12 February 2015.  'Sound is a distinctive material used by many disciplines as part of their  ... Read more


Beam, Srishti Interim, 2014

Workshops, Installation and performance with Cathy Lane at Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology in Bangalore and Kerela. The seas are busy with maritime traffic carrying diverse cargos all over the world.  These vessels transverse the globe, following complex protocols, interacting with each other as well as with shore and coastal water based communication systems ... Read more ...


Voyages into listening and writing by Daniela Cascella and Salomé Voegelin. A monthly series of one-hour long debates and voyages into listening and writing by Daniela Cascella and Salomé Voegelin, with occasional guests. ... Read more ...

Radio Art Reflections

An online curated series By Magz Hall. On Sounding Out!
November 2014. Focusing on innovative approaches to radio art, the series will bring together three leading practitioners who have been researching the field from Canada, Australia and the U.K. ... Read more

Sonic Possible Worlds

A new book by Salomé Voegelin 'Sonic Possible Worlds: Hearing the Continuum of Sound'. Inspired by its use in literary theory, film criticism and the discourse of game design, Salomé Voegelin adapts and develops “possible world theory” in relation to sound. David K Lewis' Possible World is juxtaposed with Maurice Merleau... more...



Points of Listening # 19 (Not a) Sound Map of Karachi

With Fari Bradley and Chris Weaver. Wednesday October 14th, 2015. Karachi is Pakistan’s largest city, the second most populous in the world and the capital of Sindh Province. A port on the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Oman, it is a megacity of 20 million inhabitants (more than double of London). In the 1940s, American servicemen dubbed it ’The Paris of the East’ … read more.


PoL #18 Stolen Voices

With Rebecca Louise Collins & Johanna Linsley on Wednesday September 9th, 2015. Stolen Voices is an ongoing collaboration inspired by eavesdropping. It is about listening-in, or the way listening is always positioned in space and in time. It is aboutb overhearing, or the stuff we add to everything we hear – the histories and associations that condition how we perceive that which surrounds us. Read more. 


Soundscapes Late

At The National Gallery - CRiSAP are pleased to be involved with the National Gallery's first Late Event this September, themed on the exhibition Soundscapes. Iris Garrelfs and John Kannenberg will be presenting ... Read more.


The Travelling Archive in East London exhibition

CRiSAP were pleased to support this exhibition by Moushumi Bhowmik & Sukanta Majumdar of Field recordings and field notes from Bengal at Rich Mix in East London. The exhibition is a shared listening to field recordings of songs and stories about songs, from Bengal. These recordings come out of a continuing journey across Bangladesh, eastern India, and in and around London too, where Moushumi and Sukanta have been on since 2003 … Read more. 

Sound Matters Online Gathering

Sound Matters: a creative framework is a research project that brings together an interdisciplinary community working in the creative use and re-use of sound, specifically field recordings and speech. The Online Gathering is the second stage of the research project that calls for open participation ... Read more.


PoL #17 Occupational sounds

Points of Listening #17 with Ernst Karel: Occupational sounds: Michael Rockefeller’s tapes from Netherlands New Guinea, 1961. Presentations and discussion on selections from a remarkable body of sound recordings, made in 1961 in what was then Netherlands New Guinea as part of the Harvard Peabody Expedition … Read more. 

PoL #16 Footsteps of Sound

In June 2015 Moushumi Bhowmik & Sukanta Majumdar lead a Points of Listening session titled 'Footsteps of Sound working in and out of archives': "The Travelling Archive is two of us: Moushumi Bhowmik, singer and writer, and Sukanta Majumdar, sound recordist and sound artist. We live in Calcutta (Kolkata) and have been travelling across eastern India and Bangladesh ..." Read more.


Visiting Researcher

During May 2015, Felipe Cussen was welcomed to CRiSAP as a Visiting Researcher. Felipe Cussen  (1974) is a writer and musician from Santiago, Chile... Read more.

PoL # 15 Sound Walk

Points of Listening with John Wynne. Known primarily for his installation practice and works for radio, John Wynne has been using sound walks as a method of encouraging students to become more sensitive to their sonic environment for many years … read more.


Deep Listening Workshop by Dr Ximena Alarcón 

Dr Ximena Alarcón will be holding a Deep Listening workshop as part of UAL Performance Research Group in collaboration with CRiSAP.  ‘When you listen, something will happen’ is one of the many intriguing invitations that Pauline Oliveros, pioneer composer, educator, humanitarian and creator of the Deep Listening practice, makes to her students ... Read more.

Sonorities Festival of Contemporary Music 2015

Fractured Narratives - Improvised sound and stories | Symposium | Saturday 25 April 2015, Queen's University Belfast.
This symposium included presentations from Cathy Lane (Key note), Kevin Logan, Ximena Alarcón, Maria Papadomanolaki, Artur Vidal and Andrea Zarza speaking on CRiSAP's London Musicians Collective Archive ... Read more.

PoL # 14 doing listening hearing reading

With Kevin Logan. Thursday April 16th, 2015. The term acousmatic comes from the Greek word akousma: ‘what is heard’, and originally describes a particular method of delivering lectures. In English, we generally contrast the passive form, to hear, with the active or intensive, to listen. In an attempt to interrogate the very nature of pedagogic practices such as lectures and ... read more.

Fluxus Event Scores at White Cube Gallery

Throughout February, March and April CRiSAP PhD students, LCC MA Sound Arts' students and graduates performed a range of Fluxus event scores at Christian Marclay's exhibition at the White Cube Gallery. Read more.


Radio Now: A Symposium

Presented by CRiSAP and London College of Communication, convened by Ed Baxter of Resonance FM. This one day symposium on March 11th welcomed eight international radio experts to examine the medium from a contemporary practitioner's perspective in order to provide a snapshot of art, research and the feature in today's local and global radio landscapes. Read more.

Points of Listening with Viv Corringham

POL #13 'Audient ' was held at GV Art Gallery on 11th March. This session was a collaborative sound making performance, created by the participants. With no fixed audience; each person shifts between the two roles of performer and audience, aiming to spend as much time listening as playing. Read more.


Exhibition: Staging Disorder

‘Staging Disorder’, an exhibition of photography, sound and moving image exploring the contemporary representation of the real in relation to modern conflict.
The exhibition included selected images from seven photographic series and work by CRiSAP's artists Cathy Lane, Angus Carlyle (and his collaborator, the anthropologist Rupert Cox), David Toop and Peter Cusack.
Private View: Tuesday 27 January 6-9pm  |  Exhibition: Monday 26 January - Thursday 12 March. Read more ...

CRiSAP perform at White Cube with Christian Marclay

CRiSAP students and graduates performed during Christian Marclay's exhibition at White Cube Gallery on 7th Feb. 'Singing Saw and Glass Harp', a performance led by Christian Marclay with guest appearance from Thurston Moore, featured ethereal tones from music saw players music glass players. Read more. 


Points of Listening

Points of Listening (PoL) is a monthly programme of listening workshops, activities and discussions based in and around London. From January 2014 it takes place every second Wednesday of the month. Events are held at the London College of Communication in addition to various locations, outdoors and indoors, throughout the… more...

Sound::Gender:: Feminism::Activism 2014

What, in the historical present, might constitute an activist life in sound? This event queried the place and performance of activism within discourses and practices of sound arts, sound-based arts and experimental musics that are engaged with gender, feminist and queer politics.    Our invited keynotes were Tara Rodgers (USA)… more...