Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice (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.

Research Feature: Is There a Sonic Iconography of Remoteness? Northern Islands in Contemporary Sound Arts Practice.

A conference paper by Cathy Lane at REMOTE: Rethinking Remoteness and Peripherality Conference, Svalbard, Norway, exploring whether there might be a sonic iconography of remoteness related to North in general and northern islands in particular.

Member Profile: Dan Scott

Dan is an artist based in Kent, he has has been working with sound since he was a teenager and completed an MA in Sound Arts at the London College of Communication in 2010, gaining him a distinction. Dan's sound works explores time, memory, modes of listening and the uncanniness of everyday sound. Projects include: Ordinal 5, a sound work for dancers performed at the Tate Modern; Covas do Rio Cover Versions, a vocal cover version of a Portugese village; Field Recordings of former South London Windmills; an installation based around recordings made at the sites of old windmills and Radio Yesterday; broadcast for 24 hours on London's Resonance FM. Dan is working on an LP release of readings by Iain Sinclair for Test Centre.

Blog: Cathy Lane, Artist in Residence at The Indian Sonic Research Organisation

The Indian Sonic Research Organisation is a collective of instrument builders and artists dedicated to the proliferation of experimental music and sound art. During the residency Cathy is leading a workshop with Viv Corringham, Sounding Space: Sound in Space, and performing a live piece, Am I here? as part of the Art-In-Transit programme.