The fourth issue of ‘Reflections on Process in Sound’ is out!

Reflections on Process in Sound is a free online journal about ‘sound related activities’ that is edited by CRiSAP Doctor Iris Garrelfs.

The fourth edition, just out, features five articles by sound researchers and practitioners on listening, residencies, volcanoes, Nietzsche and radio trees.

– Chris Weaver considers the development of Variations for Rooms and a Tone during a collaborative residency with Fari Bradley in Dubai, United Arab Emirates;
– SoundFjord‘s Helen Frosi and Stephan Barrett muse about their collaborative project Postcards from the Volcano;
– Melbourne based Catherine Clover gives us an example of her species-spanning listening practice;
– Salomé Voegelin and David Mollin explore their writing practice via the transcript of a talk for Nietzsche, Cyclists and Mushrooms at the Kunstraum Riehen in Switzerland;
– Magz Hall introduces,Tree Radio, an out-door installation at Yorkshire Sculpture Park.

Read and download Reflections on Process in Sound Issue 4: http://www.reflections-on-process-in-sound.net/issue-4/

 

About Reflections on Process in Sound: ‘It focuses on sound related activities but also branches out into adjacent territories with the aim to provide a forum where artists can engage in discussions about how they create the work they do, what their practices are influenced by and how their ideas manifest themselves within the final artwork. In short, it puts the spotlight onto process in sound arts practice, from the practitioner’s point of view. Authors retain copyright of their own work and the content is published under a Creative Commons-Attribution License. You can download a pdf file of each issue or read it online.’

 

Doctor Iris Garrelfs completed a practice based research PhD with CRiSAP in 2015 titled From inputs to outputs: an investigation of process in sound art practice. Her thesis aimed to expand sound art discourse by considering process in sound art practice through an exploration of artists’ experiences. Read more about Iris’s research in her research profile.